She chooses to rise above and move past her recent argument with a homophobic and sexist rap star.
Madonna was back on Instagram on Friday, posting a series of moody selfies while apparently continuing to work on the script for her upcoming biopic.
The entertainment icon, who turns 63 next month, appeared in yet another denim dungaree with an undone shoulder button, worn over a sheer black mesh top.
‘Dreaming’: Madonna was back on Instagram on Friday, posting a series of moody selfies while apparently continuing to work on the script for her next biopic
She wore her usual multitude of bracelets and necklaces, including a silver pendant with the word “Queen” on back.
Madonna’s wavy blonde hair was loose, parted in the middle, and in two layers she was wearing nifty dark glasses and holding a pen.
In the last shot of the gallery, she was sitting on a purple velvet sofa next to screenwriter Erin Cressida Wilson, who was also dressed and in jeans.
Wilson, 57, is a famous playwright and screenwriter with the brilliant 2002 film Secretary to her name, among others.
In the last gallery shot: Madge was sitting on a purple velvet couch next to famous secretary writer Erin Cressida Wilson, hinting that Erin could be her new screenwriting partner
Melancholy reverie: Madonna wore her usual multitude of bracelets and necklaces, including a silver pendant with the words “Queen” on the back
While it’s not clear if the couple are actually working on the Madgesty biopic, at least two binders have been seen on the sofa in the meantime and photos of Madonna’s life have been plastered on the wall behind her. .
Previously, Madonna regularly posted photos with Diablo Cody during the screenwriting process, but that partnership has since ended.
The Vogue superstar captioned the gallery, “Dreaming, remembering and manifesting in the writing tank ………… .✍️✍️✍️” adding the hashtags #erincressidawilson and # who’sthatgirl (a reference to her 1987 film of the same name).
Chilling: The Vogue superstar’s wavy blonde hair was pulled down, parted in the middle, and in two shots she was wearing nifty dark glasses and holding a pen
Madonna has been busy with several projects lately, in addition to her screenplay: she prepared the concert documentary of her last tour, Madame X, for the streaming platform Paramount +.
But the mother-of-six also took time off her schedule this week to call out rapper DaBaby for his hate speech at a recent concert aimed at the LGBTQ + community, women and people with AIDS.
On Thursday, she joined contemporaries such as Elton John and QuestLove in speaking out against the misguided rapper, writing under a video clip from DaBaby’s recent concert: “If you’re going to make hateful remarks to the LGBTQ + community about HIV / AIDS, so get the facts.
Madonna has been busy with several projects lately, in addition to her screenplay: She prepared the concert documentary of her last tour, Madame X
“After decades of hard-won scientific research, there are life-saving drugs for children born with HIV, for people who contract HIV through blood transfusions, dirty needles, or fluid exchanges bodily. ”
“These newer ARVs can keep a person with AIDS alive for the rest of their life! AIDS is not spread by standing next to someone in a crowd. I want to turn on my cell phone and pray for your ignorance. No one dies from AIDS in 2 or 3 weeks. Thank God.’
The Michigan-born diva then addressed the hip-hop artist’s sexist remarks, made in Miami on Sunday, about women “p *** ies smelling water” and men who “don’t suck dick on the water. the parking “.
‘This only encourages[s] more discrimination against women who struggle daily against the oppression of living under the constraints of the male gaze, ”Madonna continued.
“People like you are the reason we still live in a world divided by fear. All human beings should be treated with dignity and respect without distinction as to race, sex, sexual preference or religious beliefs. AMEN.’
However: Madge took time out of her schedule Thursday to call rapper DaBaby for his hate speech at a recent concert aimed at the LGBTQ + community, women and people with AIDS