'Furious' Madonna says 'no one can shut her up'
Madonna ranted following the dismal sales of her much-publicised new singles that there are people who want to shut her up, but they can't.
London: Madonna ranted following the dismal sales of her much-publicised new singles that there are people who want to shut her up, but they can't.
The ' 4 Minutes' hitmaker, who had accused fans of stealing her unreleased music and private photographs, recently took toInstagram to hit out again on social media with the claim that the world discriminates against women, the Daily Express reported.
She said that they live in a world that discriminates against women and there are people that are very hateful, who want to create feuds between strong women that do not exist and she doesn't wish ill will towards any other female artist.
The early availability of six tracks from Madonna's 13th album Rebel Heart, her first release in three years, initially topped the iTunes chart but then they quickly plummeted down the top 100, with her collaboration with Nicki Minaj - 'B**ch I'm Madonna' - hovering at number 188.