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‘My outfit was a political statement’ – Madonna

'' I'm not afraid to pave the way for all the girls behind me‼️ As Nina Simone once said, the definition of freedom is being fearless. I remain Unapologetic and a Rebel ❤️ in this life and all the others. Join my fight for Gender. Equality!''

After getting backlashes because of her outfit in Met Gala, Madonna came back with a bang solid statement against all haters who made allegations against her walk at the event. She communicated her perception on the issue through her social media sites and this replay also getting some backlashes and same time supporters are also there

“We have fought and continue to fight for civil rights and gay rights around the world. When it comes to Women’s rights we are still in the dark ages. My dress at the Met Ball was a political statement as well as a fashion statement. The fact that people actually believe a woman is not allowed to express her sexuality and be adventurous past a certain age is proof that we still live in an age-ist and sexist society. I have never thought in a limited way and I’m not going to start. We cannot effect change unless we are willing to take risks By being fearless and By taking the road leas traveled by. Thats how we change history. If you have a problem with the way I dress it is simply a reflection of your prejudice. I’m not afraid to pave the way for all the girls behind me‼️ As Nina Simone once said, the definition of freedom is being fearless. I remain Unapologetic and a Rebel ❤️ in this life and all the others. Join my fight for Gender. Equality!

That same day, Givenchy creative director Riccardo Tisci supported his friend and muse on Instagram writing, “BEST RED CARPET EVER NOT ONLY WITH M THE ICON, BUT ALSO M THE MOST BEAUTIFUL HUMAN AND FRIEND.”

Check out the feed backs from the various Facebook people who randomly commented on her profile. Some just enlightened by her stand and some are always on defensive stand as any other Facebook bullying minds.

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