News: Madonna Catches Massive Backlash Over N-Bomb, Says "Get Off Of My D*ck Haters!"
Saturday, Jan 18, 2014 9:23AM
Pop icon Madonna may want to give some more thought into how she interacts with social media networks after shocking fans by dropping the N-word on her Instagram page.
According to reports, the music diva sent shockwaves after using the offensive term to describe her son.
Madonna has a strange way of bragging about her son -- she posted a pic of him boxing with the hashtag ... "disni**a" ... and she immediately got blasted for it. Madonna posted the photo of Rocco Ritchie on Instagram Friday night with the caption, "No one messes with Dirty Soap! Mama said knock you out! #disni**a." Dirty Soap is clearly a nickname for Rocco. As for the hashtag -- who the Hell knows? (TMZ)
Following some expected backlash, the 55-year-old re-worded her caption.
Some outraged followers ripped her for it ... with comments like, "MADONNA U NEED TO TAKE UR arthritis medicine instead of trying to be hip on the internet." #truth. 5:50 PM PT -- Madonna changed the photo caption to say, "Ok let me start this again. #get off of my d*ck haters!" (TMZ)
Back in 2012, rap veteran Nas came to Hollywood actress Gwyneth Paltrow's defense over her public reference to "N*ggas In Paris."
"I would slap the s*** out of somebody for Gwyneth Paltrow," Nas told CBS Local exclusively. "She's the homie, she's cool. Gwyneth gets a pass. Real people get a pass. We know what this s*** is. We don't interrupt Italians when they say 'Wop' to each other. They gonna punch you in the mouth if you interrupt that. Don't interrupt us. We pick and choose." Nas acknowledged that other black people might feel differently, but still stood by his statement. "Some might not feel the same way," he said. "Some of us will get angrier about it than others; but some people get a pass. The people that I know who are cool and real n****s, Gwyneth Paltrow is a real n****, that's my homie. That's how I'm on it. Some people get a pass." (CBS Local)
R&B singer The-Dream previously came clean on trying to take the heat for Paltrow.
The-Dream knew the type of hate that Gwyneth Paltrow would receive after her now-infamous 'N---as in Paris' tweet, so the Love King figured he'd take the fall for his friend. It's not that the singer/songwriter feels that Paltrow did anything wrong, he just could predict how things would play out."Well, we were there, of course. We were Patron'd out of our minds, number one. Number two, I was moreso trying to take the heat for a friend because I knew that the reaction was going to be silly," The-Dream admitted to MTV News on the carpet for Vitamin Water's Fader concert series in Hollywood on Thursday night. "I know what she meant; I know what she didn't mean." (RapFix)
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