Russia-Ukraine Crisis: Madonna Openly Condemns President Vladimir Putin’s Attack On Ukraine, Netizens Says 'She Needs To Plan Her Funeral'

Madonna is probably the first pop icon from the industry who openly raised her voice against Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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Russia-Ukraine Crisis: Madonna Openly Condemns President Vladimir Putin’s Attack On Ukraine, Netizens Says 'She Needs To Plan Her Funeral'
Madonna seems to be unimpressed with the lies spewed by Russian President Vladimir Putin after he ordered a “special military operation” on Ukraine on February 24. 

The popular singer is seemingly the first pop star to openly criticize Putin, shared a remixed interlude of her 2009 hit single ‘Sorry’ to take a dig at the Russian politician with the help of a heavily edited video.

Earlier in 2020, Madonna had claimed that she was fined $1million for supporting Russia’s LGBTQ community at a 2012 show.

The international sensation took to her Instagram handle to share an edited 30-second clip with her 18 million fans. In the latest video, Madonna can be singing, “Lies and I can’t take it” as the shots of Vladimir Putin and Hitler are flashed along with the images of people injured during the war. 


Well, the ‘Material Girl’ hitmaker is an avid social media user and she has often shared her stand on the issues that interest her. 

Madonna accompanied the edited clip with a lengthy caption where she claimed, “Russia’s Pointless and Greed Driven Invasion Of the Ukraine MUST be stopped!!”

To note, a few Hollywood celebrities to the like of Ashton Kutcher, Angelina Jolie, ‘Dancing With the Stars’ pro Val Chmerkovskiy, and a few others took to their respective social media accounts to extend their support to Ukraine. 


Interestingly, Madonna is probably the first pop icon from the industry who openly raised her voice against the Russin President. In her caption, she added, “Please Send in Humanitarian Aid to help millions of citizens of the Ukraine who’s lives are being affected by this CRISIS at this very moment.”


The award-winning singer-songwriter further shared, “Putin has Violated Every Human Rights Accord in Existence. Putin has no right to try to erase the existence of the Ukraine. We support you President Zelensky!! We are praying for you and your country! God Bless You All!”  concluding, “Lets not feel helpless when confronted by Geo-political Actions of this magnitude.” Madonna then took her Instagram stories and shared an image that read, “We stand with Ukraine.” 

In 2012, Madonna made headlines when she voiced her support for the local gay community at her show in St. Petersburg.

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