Madonna Shares N*de Pictures On Instagram, Gets Banned From Going Live After Violating Community Guidelines

Madonna Banned From Instagram Live After Violating Community Guidelines & Sharing N*de Pictures, Pop Icon Says “I’m Speechless!” (photo credit – Instagram)

Pop icon Madonna was shocked to receive a notification saying she had “violated community guidelines” while attempting to go live on Instagram.

Speaking in a video showing the incident posted to her main Instagram page, Madonna said: “Guys we’re about to go live. what ***? We’ve been blocked from live? Oh, what’s up?”

,Material Girl Hitmaker went on to reference her frequent n*d photos shared on the app and joked that she was fully clothed at the time and on-screen warnings about n*dits from the meta-owned app “Speechless” was left when released, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

She continued: “I’ve never worn so many clothes in my life. I’m speechless!”

Instagram issued a warning to the pop megastar explaining that she should “respect” others on the platform and warned her to always “follow the law”.

It read: “We want Instagram to remain an authentic and safe place for inspiration and expression. Help us grow this community. Only post your photos and videos and always follow the law. Respect everyone on Instagram, don’t spam people or post n*dity.”

Back in November 2021, the ‘Papa Don’t Preach’ crooner re-posted images of himself suggestively in a bed after Instagram took him down “without warning” and was “surprised” that they were deleted It was because his nipple was on show.

at that time, the mother of jesus wrote: “I am reposting photos that Instagram removed without warning or notice… the reason their management took over my account was because a small part of my nipple was exposed It’s still amazing to me that we live in a culture that allows every inch of a woman’s body to show except one nipple!”

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