50 Cent Apologizes to Madonna After Sharing Picture Mocking Her Bikini Body

50 Cent has apologized to Madonna after posting pictures mocking the singer’s body on social media. The rapper called Madonna “fat,” among other derogatory terms, over the weekend. On Sunday, he removed the social…

50 Cent Apologizes to Madonna After Sharing Picture Mocking Her Bikini Body

50 Cent has apologized to Madonna after posting pictures mocking the singer’s body on social media.

The rapper called Madonna “fat,” among other derogatory terms, over the weekend. On Sunday, he removed the social media posts and took to Instagram Live to offer an apology.

“I got a video for you, but I’m sorry if I offended anybody with my type of Instagram. A lot of people that are up to something,” 50 Cent said in the video. “I’ve come out the other side of this, let me tell you something, it’s not right to attack women.”

Madonna promptly responded in her own video: “I’m sorry you feel that way.”

“That’s why I like to get naked, we should all be naked,” she continued. “I just want women to get together, let’s all be good and let’s not be scared. Thank you for my apology.”

50 Cent did not respond.

Madonna is no stranger to body-shaming. In 2014, a photo she posted on Instagram of her and then-husband Guy Ritchie posing in lingerie prompted a backlash from angry fans. One user, RapRadar.com, called Madonna a “dickhead” for posing topless.

Ritchie later slammed his ex-wife on his official Instagram account in a video posted Tuesday.

“I know why you’re unhappy,” he says, addressing Madonna. “Don’t worry, it’s alright. See you again in 10 years.”

Madonna will next headline Brooklyn’s Barclay Center on Sept. 21 with Lady Gaga and The Weeknd. She will likely be there to hear Madonna bash Trump on his victory.

“I’m so excited for Mr. Trump to win. It’s going to end so well,” she said during her 2018 “Rebel Heart” tour. “We were supposed to vote for a woman; I’m supposed to lose, and then when the nation’s saved and things are amazing, the woman gets in there. Oh my god. He’s going to be in office for eight years. It is going to end well, and he’s not going to have to give up his phone or his assistant.”

But she adds she is “really excited for the fight coming up” and looking forward to the next election.

“[I’m] definitely going to try to move back to New York so I can make it back, like, a month later,” she adds. “My plans are to stay in Brooklyn if they allow me to, so, you know, if you’re from New York, you need to hear from me about that.”

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