Madonna Licks Dog Bowl And Squats Over Sriracha Sauce In ‘Embarrassing’ New Video

Madonna has been branded 'embarrassing' by fans after sharing an Instagram video in which she licks a dog bowl.
Credit: @madonna/Instagram

Madonna has been branded ’embarrassing’ after sharing an Instagram video in which she licks a dog bowl and squats over a bottle of Sriracha sauce. 

The ‘Material Girl’ singer, 64, has been raising eyebrows recently with her bizarre antics, from twerking in her underwear to aggressively lipsyncing at the camera.

However, fans are saying she’s outdone herself with her latest post.

Watch Madonna discuss her son’s dress sense in the clip below…

It’s captioned: “Garage Band………,” alongside a series of water pistol emojis. 

In the montage of images, Madonna wears a fluffy green jumper, sequin black shorts, fishnet tights and thigh-high boots.

At first, the snaps seem fairly normal and simply show the ‘Vogue’ songstress posing on a motorbike that matches her outfit, however, they quickly get a lot more bizarre.

The photos quickly go from crystal clear editorial-style shots to blurred clips of Madonna squatting over a bottle of sauce and licking a dog bowl.

The soundtrack of the video is a song by The Stooges called ‘I Wanna Be Your Dog’.

Madonna beside a dog bowl.
Madonna licks the dog bowl in the bizarre Instagram video. Credit: @madonna/Instagram

The song’s lyrics can be heard in the background, including: “So messed up, I want you here. In my room, I want you here.

“Now we’re gonna be face-to-face. And I’ll lay right down in my favourite place.”

As the song mentions lying down, the singer squats over a bottle of Sriracha sauce.

And when the song reaches the lyric “And now I wanna be your dog” the pop icon licks water from a dog bowl.

Although the post has garnered more than 75,000 likes, the majority of comments from fans are critical, with many expressing their alarm.


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One viewer said: “It’s getting more and more embarrassing. It’s not easy to be your fan anymore. You were an icon sadly now without style.”

A second said: “None of this is thought-provoking or ‘different’. You lost touch. You used to be ahead of the game. You created it. The changes to your body too.

“This is all screaming desperation to stay young or relevant. The last thing any of us would have expected from Madonna…”

Madonna on a motorbike.
Madonna has been posting a ton of content on her social media recently. Credit: @madonna/Instagram

While a third wrote: “I just don’t see you gaining new fans with this overly sexualised senior citizen persona, but I do see you losing existing fans.”

“Embarrassing doesn’t even begin to describe this… ugh…,” someone else said.

A fifth penned: “Horrible!! I’m so disappointed by your behaviour! You’ve changed so badly Madonna.”

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But it’s not just Madonna’s fans that have been criticising her social media antics, as rapper 50 Cent has also weighed in too.

The ‘In da Club’ artist dissed the 64-year-old over her TikTok video in which she lipsyncs to the song ‘Vent’ by Baby Keem.

Alongside a headline about the pop icon’s antics, he penned: “I told y’all grandma was on bull****!

“Like a virgin at 64 LOL.”

This isn’t the first time that the rapper has made it clear he’s not impressed by Madonna.

Earlier this year, the ‘Just A Lil Bit’ singer reposted a series of her photos and said: “I hope she didn’t make her kids take this picture.

“Somebody tell her to chill out please.”

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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.