MADONNA was slammed by yet another DJ for her alleged reference of the drug “Molly” during her Miami concert recently.
Wait, didn’t she already clear this up?
After clearing things up with DJ Deadmau5 after he slammed her for referencing “Molly” in front of her electronic dance community crowd at the Ultra Music Festival recently, which he interpreted as the singer glamorizing the use of the party drug ecstasy, celebrity news tells us that Madonna has another DJ blasting her for her careless comment.
Apparently, DJ Paul van Dyk was not convinced that she was only talking about a song by her friend Cedric Gervais—which frankly still seemed to talk about the drug—because he spoke in an interview recently and called Madge “stupid” for asking her audience, “How many people in this crowd have seen Molly?”
The Grammy Award-winning DJ said in his interview:
“Madonna was so stupid to actually call out drug abuse in front of a crowd of 18-year-olds. I don’t think she was thinking much.”
“The only thing she was probably thinking was, ‘I need to connect with a young crowd,’ and she made the biggest mistake of her career.”
We doubt that it was, although we would reconsider the fact that she really might have referred to the drug to connect with the party crowd. Madge has managed to stay in the industry for decades with her trademark erotic imagery and very obscure references to drugs in her music and videos and so this should be nothing. Nothing, we tell you!
But do you think the DJs were exaggerating or did Madonna really just make “the biggest mistake” of her career?
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