She posed in topless pictures while hiding her breasts with an emoticon, money bag, and lollipop. She dressed in fishnet stockings and a gold.
Since Madonna uploaded multiple lewd photos on Instagram for her 18.5 million followers, her gold corset photos have been the talk of the town.
She posed in topless photos while using an emoji, a money bag, and a lollipops to cover her breasts. She wore fishnet stockings and a gold corset. Madonna was seen with her hands on top of her head and her long hair down.
She was wearing several bracelets, one of which had a crucifix on it. She altered her position in a separate topless image with the text “Went from Candy to Money.”
In her next sensual photo, she was dressed scantily in a black leather corset and fishnet stockings.
As she posed for the black-and-white photo, she tweeted a candy emoji while crossing her legs.
On the track cover, a smiling Madonna is seen holding a cigar in her mouth and wearing crimson lipstick.
The seven-time Grammy Award winner claimed to be sex-obsessed in an interview from September. Madonna fielded 50 inquiries while promoting her “Finally Enough Love: 50 Number Ones” album on YouTube.
Madonna claimed this week on Instagram that because she was so outspoken about sex in the 1980s and 1990s, contemporary female artists should learn from her struggles.
She stated that she had been “interviewed by closed-minded individuals who tried to shame me for proclaiming my female identity,” among other things. I received epithets like the devil, witch, whore, and heretic. Now that she has her WAP, Cardi B can sing about it.
Her First Sex Recording
According to TMZ, the pop icon was spotted updating her Material Girls with the lines “Went from sweets to money” in a second, since-deleted shot in which she was wearing the same attire and leaned forward.
In the third picture of her black leather corset-clad figure, a candy emoji was put over her.
The “Like a Virgin” performer, 64, has been putting a lot of effort into channelling the most overtly s*xplicit chapter of her illustrious career in light of the 30th anniversary of her coffee table book “S*x,” a collection of soft-core pornographic images of the singer heavily influenced by S&M imagery, as well as the release of her album “Erotica” in the same month of October 1992.
This week, Madonna shared a selfie wearing a vibrator necklace from the Crave Pleasure jewellery collection and appearing Vogue.
After it seemed like she was trying to take credit for a number of more recent sexually graphic pop cultural events that female superstars either envisioned or otherwise portrayed, the vocalist of Hung Up recently sparked controversy.
Following the release of S*x, Madonna claimed that she spent the following years being questioned by dimwitted individuals who attempted to shame [her] for empowering [her] as a Woman.
“Cardi B can now sing about her WAP, which is great. Then she added, “Miley Cyrus can enter like a wrecking ball and Kim Kardashian can grace the face of any magazine with her naked ass. You’re welcome, bitches.”
Cardi B first took offence at what she saw to be a flippant portrayal of “WAP,” but the two music legends apparently quickly made up over the phone.
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