Pop icon Madonna might end up in some hot soup following her speech at the Washington, DC, women’s march on Saturday.
On the spur of the moment, Madonna mentioned that she had often been angry since after the election that she had imagined “an awful lot about blowing up the White House.”
Without caring what the consequences might be, the music icon did not just drop the F-bomb four times, she also shared her thoughts about the White House.
Apparently, she was so angry at the election result that she thought of blowing up the White House to put an end to it. However, she acknowledged that it won’t change anything.
Watch the controversial speech here;
Possibly taken out of context, the US Secret Service is reportedly investigating Madonna for what she said to millions of protesters during the women’s march.
According to Daily Mail, the US Secret Service will be investigating Madonna following her speech during women’s march. Nevertheless, the US Attorney’s office reserves the right to decide whether to prosecute the singer or not.
Meanwhile, the Express Yourself hitmaker has spoken in defense of her speech, saying her words were “taken wildly out of context.”
Taking to Instagram on Sunday, Madonna explained that she was trying to express that there are two ways to respond to Donald Trump’s election which includes – With hope or with outrage. Guess she focused more on the outrage but hopes to effect change “with love” not violence.
While insisting that she doesn’t promote violence, Madonna wrote that people should listen to her complete speech “in its entirety rather than one phrase taken wildly out of context.”
Madonna performed two of her classic hits, Express Yourself and Human Nature during the march.