Madonna Fans Tell 50 Cent To Say ‘Sorry’ Following ‘Cruel’ Comment About Star

50 Cent Madonna: Madonna fans are telling the rapper to say 'sorry' after he made a 'cruel' comment about the star on social media. 
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Madonna fans are telling rapper 50 Cent to say ‘sorry’ after he made a ‘cruel’ comment about the star on social media. 

It all started when the rapper took to Instagram and reposted a string of provocative images that the 63-year-old had posted on her profile.

Alongside the photo, he remarked: “I hope she didn’t make her kids take this picture. Lol, at 63. Somebody tell her to chill out please.”

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Fans quickly took to the comments section of the post and called 50 Cent out for ‘trolling’ her.

“Why are you constantly coming for her?” questioned one. “She has done nothing to you. It’s just not funny.”

A second added: “Stop picking on women.”

Pitching in, a third remarked: “Y’all haters need better hobbies. Madonna is more famous and important to culture than Curtis [50 Cent] and all his friends combined, y’all need to sit down, say sorry, and be humble.

“I’m glad to see her still being her every day of her life.”

“At 63, surely the woman can do as she pleases. Hugh Hefner was running around in a robe in a mansion doing all kinds of strange things,” another pointed out.

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It’s not the first time the rapper has taken aim at Madonna for her photos.

Reacting to a previous set of pictures she had shared, the 46-year-old wrote: “The funniest s***! Lol.”

After saying she was ‘under the bed trying to look like a virgin,” the rapper added: “She shot out, if she don’t get her old a** up. Laughing my f***ing a** off.”

50 Cent then apologised for his comments, however, Madonna continued to fire back with a video, saying: “You were trying to shame me.

“Your apology is fake, it’s bulls***, and it’s not valid… An apology is not valid if you don’t know what you’re apologising for. What you should be apologising for are your misogynistic, sexist, ageist behaviour and remarks.”

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Written by Aimee Walker

Aimee is a senior content editor at IGV who specialises in finding the best original stories, trending topics and entertainment news. She graduated from Birmingham City University with a degree in Media and Communications.