Australian author Amelia Goldie says that the Material Girl singer posted a photograph of her personal face morphed onto Amelia’s physique in an Instagram publish from 2015. Check it out
Pop star and global icon, Madonna has just lately been accused by a 28-year-old Australian author, photographer and digital marketer from Sydney, Amelia Goldie, who says that the Material Girl singer posted a photograph of her personal face morphed onto Amelia’s physique in an Instagram publish from 2015. In the image shared on Madonna’s Instagram feed in early May of 2015, the clearly Photoshopped picture reveals Madonna sitting on a mattress in a Joy Division T-shirt, a black and white hounds tooth patterned skirt, black ankle size boots, a black choker and one other neck piece with a moon pendant whereas sporting a really Pulp Fiction-esque black bob with fringe and darkish pink lips as a part of a promotional publish for her Rebel Heart album. She captioned it, “I look Kewl.” Amelia took to her TikTok and wrote within the caption of her video that received over two million view in underneath a month, “When Madonna posts a photo of herself to IG to promote her album but it’s actually your body (I’m not joking).”
In an interplay with Buzzfeed, Amelia mentioned that she thought at first the picture was a joke however then noticed the precise publish on Madonna’s profile. The author additionally shared a black and white comparability of her unique picture alongside Madonna’s morphed model together with the caption, “Can we all just remember the time Madonna posted a photo of me with her face on top of it on her Instagram? Weirdest moment of my life.”
In the midst of all this controversy, Madonna took a while to ‘self replicate’, and posted a collection of images of herself displaying of her extremely toned physique in skimpy, black lace lingerie. Madonna wore a black cap within the image with a neck piece round her neck and knee excessive black socks. She captioned the picture, “And Now For A Moment of Self Reflection…………..Madame X,” referencing the persona for her 14th studio album, Madame X which she launched in 2019.