rapper Nelly has come under fire for his comments Madonna‘s latest daring Instagram photos.
The 47-year-old appeared to take offense at a series of photos the Queen of Pop recently posted of her wearing a black embroidered jacket, lace underwear and fishnet tights.
“Car trouble ??⚒️?,” she said as she posed next to her car.
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While rapper Ja Rule gushed over the photos of the 63-year-old Material Girls, commenting, “How can you not love Madonna,” Nelly wasn’t impressed.
“Some things [sic] should be covered up,” the ‘Hot in Herre’ singer wrote, as some of Madonna’s followers echoed his sentiment.
Fans of Madonna were quick to come to her defense, pointing out that two-time Grammy winner Nelly — and the online trolls — will never be as successful as Madonna.
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“All these negative comments are freaking disgusting. How do you hear yourself? It’s 2022,” snapped one fan. “This is a 63-year-old woman who is literally more successful than all of you and has enough life experience to make her own decisions when it comes to her image.”
Another fan commented, “You really should look at YOURSELF and ask why the f-ku tryna cyber bully this person for their looks? It’s gross and gives boomer energy. @nelly, this message is for you too.”
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Meanwhile, a devotee got personal and drew Nelly for the songs he’s released in the past.
“When a writer of songs like ‘Shake ya Tailfeather’ and ‘It’s Getting Hot In Here So Take All Your Clothes Off’ is triggered by Madonna’s ass photoshoot, you know dude we laugh at your hypocritical BS. Don’t oversing Girls who strip and then criticize it Petty,” the fan wrote.
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But it’s not like Madonna needs to be defended. In December, the Material Girl DJ Rapper 50 cents on blast after he poked fun at photos she posted scantily clad on her bed.
In the picture, Madonna could be seen under the bed, her red stilettos sticking out. To be funny, 50 Cent compared the photo to when a house falls on the Wicked Witch of the East from The Wizard of Oz.
Madonna responded to her Instagram stories and said he went too far.
“Now you’ve decided to talk about me! I guess your new career is attracting attention by trying to humiliate others on social media. The least lofty choice you can make as an artist and as an adult. You’re just jealous, you won’t look as good as me or have as much fun when you’re my age.”
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