Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Desperate Publicity Seeker Madonna Slammed Over Online Margaret Thatcher Comment And New Photo Rips Off Singer Charlotte Church's Copyright


Desperate, publicity seeking, unoriginal pop star, Madonna, whose recent CD "Rebel Heart" has flopped, continues to act out like a child, albeit a 60-year-old child, looking for attention from a world that has moved on from her. Madonna, who still thinks she is a teenager, has been embarrassing herself with a series of publicity stunts that have all backfired.

According to Billboard magazine, in her latest publicity stunt, Madonna posted a quote by Margaret Thatcher and was slammed by Britons for it. "If you set out to be liked you would be prepared to compromise on anything at anytime, and you would achieve nothing. Thank you Margaret Thatcher! #unapologetic." But that's the problem with Madonna. She fails to realize people are no longer interested in her and she has become an internet punchline.

Charlotte Church 2005:

Madonna 2015:


Madonna also posted a heavily Photoshopped picture of herself that is a complete rip off of Welsh singer Charlotte Church's preexisting, copyrighted CD cover for the 2005 album "Tissues And Issues" (I have written about Charlotte Church and her great voice in past articles). That's right, 10-years ago, now here comes Madonna ripping it off and quite poorly might I add (what's the sense of using Photoshop to that extreme degree, then when people see you in public...). As usual, Madonna is breaking the law stealing copyrighted works for her fake, fraudulent career that has been a complete and utter rip off from day one (see a long list of Madonna's thefts that comprise her entire career).