Madonna bares nipples with see-through underwear as part of ‘ceremony for Class of 2020’ in another weird post
Cardi B, Heidi Klum, Bella Hadid and Kim Kardashian all have one thing in common during the pandemic lockdown and that is their posts of themselves in sexy bikinis. However, Madonna has gone a different direction and posted a sexy picture of herself clad in nothing but her underwear. The singer posted the picture on her social media handle and captioned the picture, "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. Thanks for coming to the Ceremony! Class of 2020!"
Fans have since taken to the comments section to dole out opinions about why this picture is great or not. While one section feels that her sheer underwear look is sexy and she looks on fire, there are some who have pointed out that this is not what they had expected of their idol. One face commented, "You’ve just completely undone my whole childhood. You’ve been my idol since I was eleven years old. Wtf? I love you, but seriously?"
Another one also wrote, "This is the most disgusting pic I ever seen!" However, the majority of them feel that this picture of the pop singer absolutely great and has even stood up for their idol. Appreciating her looks, appreciating her work among other things were all part of the comments section.
Since the beginning of the quarantine, Madonna has used social media to share some interesting posts including the one where she was seen relaxing in a bathtub. The post saw Madonna relaxing in a bath made of milk with rose petals strewn over and she had then called the pandemic, "the great equalizer."
She added, "That's the thing about Covid-19. It doesn't care about how rich you are, how famous you are, how funny you are, how smart you are, where you live, how old you are, what amazing stories you can tell."
The 'Like a Virgin' singer further explained to her followers, "It's the great equalizer and what's terrible about it is what's great about it. What's terrible about it is that it's made us all equal in many ways -- and what's wonderful about it is that it's made us all equal in many ways."