Madonna speaks out after alleged butt implant controversy
American singer-songwriter Madonna is not seeking anyone's approval and is speaking out following recent speculation from fans that she enhanced her backside.
Madonna's surprise performance at New York City's famed Stonewall Inn on New Year's Eve has left fans buzzing about her amazing show and her backside, reported People.
The 60-year-old singer took to her Instagram account to and seemed to address the Internet's claims in the caption. She posted a picture of her with a caption that read, "Desperately Seeking No Ones Approval. 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."
She performed hits like 'Like a Prayer' and the classic Elvis Presley 'Can't Help Falling in Love', with her 13-year-old son strumming the guitar.
The fans claimed that the pop queen may have had gotten implants and some took to Twitter to express their opinions about the same.
"I think the saddest ending to 2018 is finding out that Madonna got butt implants," tweeted one user.
Another person tweeted: "Lord, what in the world did Madonna do to her behind?????????????"
Others suggested that she may be holding a microphone pack or wallet in her back pocket.
"In my opinion very stupid and sexist and discrimination. #Madonna has a perfect body she looks great!! She has the pack for the microphone in her pocket!!! Luv @Madonna," a user tweeted.
Madonna being accused of having butt implants as she debuts shocking new curves on stage. I don't think it's a butt implant, I think it's a wallet stuffed with money," another social media user wrote.
According to Variety, Madonna, who was named the 'Stonewall Ambassador' for a tribute slated to take place during NYC Pride in June, gave a heart-touching speech before her performance at the Stonewall Inn. The bar is honoured as the epicentre for the 1969 Stonewall riots, a number of protests by members of the LGBTQ community in response to an NYPD raid on the establishment.