Madonna Sorry For Using The N-Word And Posting Pics Of Son With...

Madonna Sorry For Using The N-Word And Posting Pics Of Son With Alcohol


On Friday, Madonna posted an Instagram photo that sparked outrage. The picture was of her son Rocco boxing and the caption read,

“No one messes with Dirty Soap! Mama said knock you out! #disn*gga.”


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Instantly fans responded with harsh criticism and the photo was deleted. Then as quick as it was removed, the photo was re-posted again with a new caption that read:

“Ok let me start this again. #get off of my dick haters!” 



I guess she must have seen the error of her ways since she has now issued an apology for using the “N” word. The statement read:

“I am sorry if I offended anyone with my use of the N-word on Instagram. It was not meant as a racial slur…I am not a racist.”

“There’s no way to defend the use of the word. It was all about intention… It was used as a term of endearment toward my son who is white.”

“I appreciate that it’s a provocative word and I apologize if it gave people the wrong impression. Forgive me,” added the star.

Posting controversial photos on social media to get attention seems like a trend for the legendary singer. Two weeks ago, she posted another Instagram  flick, this time of Rocco sporting  bottles of alcohol. The caption read:

“The party has just begun! Bring it! 2014,” 

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  • julyol1972

    Tsk, tsk! It may not have been an overt attempt at staying relevant, but trying to “be down”, makes her look like an ass. Compounded by the fact that she admitted that she was trying to compliment her son, when will Caucasians learn that that word will never sound good, have the same meaning, or will thoroughly piss black people off when it comes out of their mouths?

    Whether folks take it as a double standard or not by black people that they choose use it, that word will always have only one connotation coming from a white person. It just will!

  • kathy fischer

    She is always doing something every mow and then just to get her name out there. I agree with July on this

    • julyol1972

      Thanks! This will definitely re-ignite that debate about use of the “N” word! *Sigh*

  • Rhett Butler

    Madonna, it was acceptable in the 80s and 90s because you were “young, rebellious, and tryna make a statement” but this TRYING to be controversial has got to stop at this age. Especially when you’re utilizing your children to do so.