Madonna Slams Donald Trump, Ashamed To Be An American


At a star studded event in Miami Friday night, Madonna worked the room raising $7.5M for Malawi, while utilizing the opportunity to slam Donald Trump, saying, “I am ashamed to be American.”

Famous faces like Chris Rock, Dave Chappelle, James Corden and Leonardo DiCaprio showed up in support of Madonna’s pretentious fundraising event to support Malawi, the country Madonna adopted her now 11 year old son from.

As she took the opportunity to kiss performer Ariana Grande several times, joke about offering sexual favors to incite votes for Hillary and even grandstanded auctioning off a random chair for thousands, she missed no opportunity to throw insults at President-Elect Donald Trump.

Madonna recounted the time she had been in Trump’s bed – later admitting it was for a magazine photo shoot and Trump was NOT there – and she criticized the sheets:

“They won’t be Egyptian cotton because we all know how he feels about Muslims don’t we,” she said.

Madonna then performed her own rendition of Britney Spears “Toxic”, while images of President-Elect Trump and negative quotes he said were displayed on a screen behind her.

While continuing to crawl on tables and twerking for her audience, the material girl went on to talk about Standing Rock and the conflicts surrounding it.

“It just really makes me feel ashamed, ashamed to be an American, ashamed to be a human being really,” she said.

Madonna rounded out the event by expressing that she was still in love with ex-husband Sean Penn as she crawled around on stage after he handcuffed her.


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