While Madonna has made a career out of timeless pop songs, the “Material Girl” has also frequently supplemented her craft with contentious interviews, opinions, and social media stunts.
Her most recent effort in this regard came on Sunday when she posted a TikTok video implying that she is gay.
Nudy Georges, a social media influencer, scored the five-second video to music and captioned it, “If I miss, I’m gay!” Madonna then bundled up a pair of pink panties and attempted to toss them in the trash, only to miss and smile knowingly into the camera.
The video has been viewed over 1.2 million times and has received over 15,000 comments and nearly 50,000 shares on TikTok. Madonna, who wore bleached brows, pink lipstick, and matching hair, let the video speak for itself without further explanation.
While some were surprised by Madonna’s possible change in sexual orientation, she has never been rigid in this regard. In 1991, Madonna told The Advocate, “I think everybody has a bisexual nature.” “That is my hypothesis. I could be mistaken.”
In 1991, Madonna told The Advocate, “I think everybody has a bisexual nature.” “That is my hypothesis. I could be mistaken.”
“I mean, two men kissing aroused me,” she added. “Does that look kinky?” The thought of a woman making love to me while either a man or a woman watches excites me. Is that naughty? Also, just because life is presented to me in a certain way does not imply that I do all of these things.”
Sex has always been central to Madonna’s art and public persona. For example, at the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards, the “Like a Virgin” singer famously kissed Britney Spears while performing the song — and recreated the stunt at Spear’s wedding — and published a coffee table book called Sex.
It is her personal business whether she is gay or not. Her passionate penchant for sex, on the other hand, couldn’t be clearer, as she stated in an August Q&A video on her YouTube channel that it was her guiltiest pleasure, personal obsession — and the secret to longevity.
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