Attention seeking Madonna seeks to avoid attention with new attention seeking stunt

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Attention seeking Madonna seeks to avoid attention with new attention seeking stunt

Madonna has been criticised for wearing a burka to avoid attention as she walked through JFK airport

surrounded by photographers and fans who all wondered why she was attracting so much attention due to the fact that she was wearing a burka.

The fame seeking star, who once simulated masturbation on stage whilst singing Like A Virgin, is no stranger to offensive behaviour having once simulated masturbation on stage whilst singing Like A Virgin.

But with a new tour just been announced and a new album entitled Madame X due out June 14th,

why would the controversial star, who once pretended to nail herself to a cross during her 2006 Confessions Tour and who danced amongst burning crosses in her Like A Prayer video, risk offending so many people?

The first single from her 14th studio album, entitled Medellin, was released on April 17th 2019 and reached a phenomenal 87 in the UK singles chart.

So why the need for the fame hungry mother, who once announced she was thinking about blowing up the White House, to court this much publicity?

The fame obsessed star, once released a pornographic book of nude personal photos called Sex

which has become a huge collector’s item, with early editions selling for upwards of £10 on Ebay (+£3.95 postage), has been labelled vile and inappropriate by critics who say the singer, who once kissed Britney Spears and Christina Aquilera dressed as bride at the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards and then fell down some stairs at the Brit Awards, has gone too far in a desperate bid to stay ‘relevant’.

Madonna, who once wore gold traffic cones as a bra, was unavailable for comment.

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