Madonna Responds To Body-Shamers After Photos of Her Alleged Butt Implants Surface

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Madonna Responds To Body-Shamers After Photos of Her Alleged Butt Implants Surface


On New Year's Eve, pop star Madonna surprised partygoers at the iconic Stonewall Inn with a performance of some of her most popular hits, such as "Like a Prayer."

Shortly after, photos and videos of the singer were all over social media, with many talking about her impromptu cover of Elvis Presley's 1961 hit "Can't Help Falling in Love," accompanied by her 13-year-old son David Banda.

Madonna and David Bandaa

Madonna was also praised for the impassioned speech she gave about love and peace.

"If we truly took the time to get to know one another, we would find that we all bleed the same color and we all need to love and be loved," she said while on stage. "Let's remember who and what we are fighting for "“ ourselves, for each other."

She added, "Let's take a minute to reflect on how we can bring more love and peace into 2019, let's look at how we can bring random acts of kindness. Maybe we can find an opening to bring the light in. Are you ready to do that?"

However, it seems like her words fell on deaf ears because not everyone reacted kindly to images and videos that surfaced from her gig at the Manhattan bar.

While some people talked about her performance, others were busy discussing the way a certain part of her body looked, sending the internet into a frenzy.

People on social media pointed out that the pop icon's behind appeared curvier than usual, and speculation that she either had butt enhancement surgery or wore padding ran amok.

There were many who stood up for the "Material Girl" singer, saying that the microphone pack is to blame. One person jokingly tweeted that she just has a wallet stuffed with money in her pocket.

On Thursday, to everyone's surprise, Madonna shared an Instagram post that seems to be a response to all the backlash, although she neither denied nor confirmed the rumors.

"Desperately Seeking No Ones Approval..................😂," the diva wrote. "And Entitled to Free Agency Over My Body Like Everyone Else!! Thank you 2019 🎉🎉🎉! Its Going to Be an amazing Year!! 🔥🔥🔥! #2019#freedom#respect#nofear#nodiscrimination."

Media outlets have been trying to contact her representatives but they have refused to comment on the issue.

Like Madonna herself said, she owns her body and she should be free to do whatever she wants with it.

It's not the first time that the singer has been involved in controversy, and it certainly wouldn't be the last, however, the topic of her body shouldn't overshadow the positive message she was trying to spread during her performance.

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