In the decades since she launched her hugely successful pop career, Madonna has earned a reputation for speaking her mind.© Getty Images for Madonna's MDNA SKIN/Kevin Mazur Madonna visits MDNA SKIN Counter at Barneys New York, Beverly Hills on March 6, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California. The star this week shared a post of one of her impersonators hitting back at plastic surgery criticism.
On Thursday, the star let one of her impersonators do the talking, reposting a video of "Madonna Masquerade" singing, "Oh my God, just shut the f*** up," in response to a disparaging comment about plastic surgery.
The comment—which read: "hahahahaha u should be worried about ur face lifts not my spelling"—sat front and center in the Instagram video as the impersonator mouthed the words over a dance beat.
The real Madonna shared the clip of the impersonator singing with her 16 million followers on Instagram, adding the caption: "Some Really Good Advice........🤓 @madonnamasquerade."
The impersonator posted her clip on May 30. It is not clear whether the plastic surgery comment was aimed at Madonna or the impersonator—but, a day earlier, Madonna Masquerade had posted on Instagram to correct the spelling of another message apparently from the same account. The earlier message read: "TO OLD Go away."
Newsweek has contacted a representative for Madonna for comment.
On Friday, Madonna Masquerade shared a post from an outlet that had mistakenly reported that it was the singer herself in the video.
Reacting to the headline "Madonna Responds To Facelift Rumors," the impersonator wrote: "STOP IT!!!" along with a series of laughing emojis.
Madonna, 62, has never confirmed or denied that she has had cosmetic surgery.
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