Madonna, 61, just freed the nipple wearing a see-through bra in a new Instagram. She anticipated having some haters, writing in the caption that she “graduated from the University of Zero F*^ks Given.” Celebs like Katy Perry loved the pic, but others weren’t a fan of the photo.
Madonna has been regularly stirring up controversy since the 80s, so its hardly shocking that shed raise a few eyebrows in her 60s. The latest risqu move from Madonna ? She just freed the nipple in a new Instagram post, and theres some serious pearl-clutching happening over it.
It all happened when Madonna shared a photo on Instagram of herself sitting on a couch. Simple enough, right? Her blonde hair is mussed-up, shes wearing a see-through bra (hence the freed nipples) and black underwear, and is clutching something lacy.
Apparently, Madonna anticipated that some people wouldnt be cool with this pic, because she wrote a caption that lets would-be haters know what they can do with their negative vibes. “Current Wardrobe Sitch………………And for those of you who are offended in any way by this photo then I want to let you know that I have successfully graduated from the University of Zero F*^ks Given,” she wrote. “Thanks for coming to my Graduation Ceremony! Class of 2020! .”
Plenty of fellow celebs were here for the pic and no-holds-barred message. “Omg I just enrolled in that college!” wrote Katy Perry. “Do your thing Ma,” commented Debi Mazar. “Girl, I told them to send you that diploma years ago ( HOT AF),” said Courtney Love.
But some people werent impressed. “Cant you guys tell this pic is at least 30 years old? She looks NOTHING like this now,” one person wrote. “Ugh. Give it a rest, grandma,” another said.
Of course, Madonna has a history of not caring what other people think. There was her whole controversial “Like a Prayer” video back in the late 80s, mounting herself on a cross in her Confessions tour, and kissing Drake at Coachella in 2015, just to name a few. And she regularly shares less-than-safe-for-work stuff on Instagram like this: