Singer and Senior Citizen Madonna Claims She Felt "Raped' by the New York Times

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Singer and Senior Citizen Madonna Claims She Felt "Raped' by the New York Times

Note to Madonna: The Term "Rape" is Best Used Non-Metaphorically

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Aging superstar Madonna recently gave an exclusive interview to the New York Times... and now she feels "raped."

The article that got under Madonna's skin and prompted her to equate her feelings about the piece to the experience of women who have ACTUALLY been brutalized and sexually violated is entitled "Madonna at Sixty: The original queen of pop on aging, inspiration and why she refuses to cede control."

The profile focuses on Madonna's prolific career, her impact on pop music, and the fact that she now qualifies for discount coffee at McDonalds. It's actually a very positive and glowing piece, but it does focus extensively on her age.

Anyway, Madonna read the piece and it really pissed her off.

“To say that I was disappointed in the article would be an understatement,” the aging superstar said on Instagram on Thursday. “It seems You cant fix society And its endless need to diminish, Disparage or degrade that which they know is good. Especially strong independent women.”

Editor's note: Madonna is worth several million dollars. Is it really that much of a bother to have one of your manservants run a quick spelling and grammar check on your public musings?

The Chicks on the Right discussed Madonna's poor use of metaphors and ridiculous reaction to the publication of her age in the clip below.

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