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“Long hair…Don’t Care!!!!!!” - Madonna

“Long hair…Don’t Care!!!!!!” - Madonna

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Madonna…
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“Someone stole my Grilzz!” - Madonna

“Someone stole my Grilzz!” - Madonna

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Miley & Madonnaperforming a mash up of Don’t Tell Me To Stop &We Can’t Stop at Miley’s MTV Unplugged performance taping…
 “They’re not crying on Sunday! #surprise” - Madonna 

 “They’re not crying
on Sunday! #surprise” 
- Madonna 

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“It’s official! I’m off my crutches and I’m looking for the perfect pair of heels to wear to the Grammys.” - Madonna 

“It’s official! I’m off my crutches
and I’m looking for the perfect pair
of heels to wear to the Grammys.”
Madonna 

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January 18, 2014…[via LA Times]: “Madonna on Saturday asked forgiveness for captioning a photograph of her teenage son boxing with a racial slur. The comment, initially posted on Friday on social network Instagram, was soon deleted, with Madonna initially referring to those who had questioned her use of the N-word as “haters.” "I am sorry if I offended anyone with my use of the N-word on Instagram," she said in a public statement posted on her Instagram and Facebook feeds. "It was not meant as a racial slur. I am not a racist. There’s no way to defend the use of the word. It was all about intention. It was used as a term of endearment toward my son who is white. I appreciate that it’s a provocative word and I apologize if it gave people the wrong impression. Forgive me.” Read more here…

January 18, 2014…
[via LA Times]:
Madonna on Saturday asked forgiveness for captioning a photograph of her teenage son boxing with a racial slur. The comment, initially posted on Friday on social network Instagram, was soon deleted, with Madonna initially referring to those who had questioned her use of the N-word as “haters.” "I am sorry if I offended anyone with my use of the N-word on Instagram," she said in a public statement posted on her Instagram and Facebook feeds. "It was not meant as a racial slur. I am not a racist. There’s no way to defend the use of the word. It was all about intention. It was used as a term of endearment toward my son who is white. I appreciate that it’s a provocative word and I apologize if it gave people the wrong impression. Forgive me.” Read more here…

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Yonce’ on having a career like Madonna:
“I felt like I wanted to follow in the footsteps of Madonna and be a powerhouse and have my own empire. And (to) show other women when you get to this point in your career, you don’t have to go sign with someone else and share your money and your success, you can do it yourself.
Honestly I was at a point where I felt like, you know, everything feels the same … that’s how I felt and if I could not challenge that, then maybe it’s time for me to do something else or develop more artists, which is something I want to do.I just hope that I continue to move forward and challenge myself, and I think now that I’ve become a mother, I just want my legacy to inspire people.
I took all of my insecurities, all of my doubts, all of my fears and everything I’ve learned over the 17 years and I applied it into this project. But more than the music — I’m proud of myself as a woman … the biggest message is owning your imperfections and all the things that make you interesting, because I refuse to allow someone to put me in anyone’s box.” Read more, here.

Yonce’ on having a career like Madonna:

I felt like I wanted to follow in the footsteps of Madonna and be a powerhouse and have my own empire. And (to) show other women when you get to this point in your career, you don’t have to go sign with someone else and share your money and your success, you can do it yourself.

Honestly I was at a point where I felt like, you know, everything feels the same … that’s how I felt and if I could not challenge that, then maybe it’s time for me to do something else or develop more artists, which is something I want to do.I just hope that I continue to move forward and challenge myself, and I think now that I’ve become a mother, I just want my legacy to inspire people.

I took all of my insecurities, all of my doubts, all of my fears and everything I’ve learned over the 17 years and I applied it into this project. But more than the music — I’m proud of myself as a woman … the biggest message is owning your imperfections and all the things that make you interesting, because I refuse to allow someone to put me in anyone’s box.” Read morehere.

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