Madonna responds to ‘butt implant’ controversy

The singer has sparked rumours that she's gone under the knife


Madonna has issued a telling statement, after the singer sparked rumours that she’s had a cosmetic buttock augmentation.

The 60-year-old sent fans wild this week, when a video of her performing at the famous New York gay bar Stonewall Inn started circulating online.

In the video, which was recorded on New Year’s Eve, Madge shocked fans with the size of her derriere, as it appeared much bigger than usual.


However, the singer has appeared to respond to the controversy by stating that she’s, “Desperately Seeking No Ones Approval” on Instagram.

In a nod to her 1985 film Desperately Seeking Susan, Madonna added, “And Entitled to Free Agency Over My Body Like Everyone Else!! Thank you 2019! Its Going to Be an amazing Year!! ! #2019 #freedom #respect #nofear #nodiscrimination.”

While many were convinced that Madonna had some work done on her butt, or was wearing ‘butt pads’ during her performance – some fans jumped to her defence by claiming her microphone’s battery pack made her bum look bigger.

Madonna performed at the iconic venue alongside her 13-year-old son David Banda, who played the acoustic guitar, to mark the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising.

The songstress delivered a speech not long after midnight on NYE, and performed two songs – including her hit song Like a Prayer, and Elvis Presley’s Can’t Help Falling in Love.