Yep, we’re still pretty emotional about the results of the 2016 Presidential Election and it looks like Madonna is feeling the same way. Madonna was a very vocal Hillary Clinton supporter and she even performed for a small crowd in NYC the day before the election in support of her. The singer recently released a video on Twitter in response to the pain many are feeling in response to the election. She tweeted alongside the video, “Fight For The Right to be Free…” Check out the video below, but warning that the brief clip does contain some graphic images.
Fight For The Right to be Free……………. ❤️🙏🏻🇺🇸. pic.twitter.com/Cr8BQ1dyD9
— Madonna (@Madonna) November 10, 2016
It’s pretty bizarre, but at the same time, we’re also inspired by Madonna’s powerful and emotional video. During this tough and heavy time, it’s awesome to see celebs use their artistry for positivity. We really need it right now. Madonna didn’t stop there. She released another video earlier as a statement piece. Watch her collaboration with Steven Klein below.
We’re definitely here for more political and artistic pieces from Madge. It seems like many others are too, as her videos received much support on Twitter.
fight fight fight again and again I m with you @Madonna
— fabienne dirix (@fabmadonna) November 10, 2016
Beloved Queen, thank you for fighting… You are doing so much already; may all come back to you tenfold..
All will be just fine♡♡♡
— Michael Stephane B. (@MercyMadonna) November 10, 2016
Let's fight together 👊
— guelfigueiredo (@Guel_LeugiM) November 10, 2016
Madonna’s artistic video statements come about as the country is currently in a semi-state of turmoil over our newly elected commander in chief. Protests have erupted all over the country. Madonna herself even attended one of those protests in NYC recently and was a very outspoken Hillary Clinton supporter.
That said, in true Madonna fashion the videos incorporated some very unusual and controversial elements. It’s a fact that a lot of people will probably be scratching their heads after watching these.
Can videos like these help us truly fight our freedom?
What do you think of Madonna’s new videos?