Madonna’s Latest Publicity Stunt?

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If you’d never heard of singer Drake, you have now.

In Madonna’s latest act of rebelliousness, she gets to grips with the 28-year-old singer (HALF HER AGE, as everyone seems to be pointlessly pointing out: don’t they know cougars are all the rage?) by means of a THREE-SECOND long kiss! Yes, folks, three WHOLE seconds! Amazed she didn’t need an oxygen tank!

Apparently, the young stud muffin didn’t like it at all. But he’s sure as hell going to be loving all the media attention he gets because of it.

Another carefully stage-managed publicity stunt by the Grandma Of Pop? Or had she just forgotten to brush her teeth? What do you reckon?


The Daily Mail reports:

She has been selling herself as a sex pot to push copies of her new album Rebel Heart. But not everyone thinks she’s the cat’s meow.

After belting out Express Yourself to Drake at Coachella on Sunday night, Madonna pulled the 28-year-old singer back to plant a kiss on his lips, making out with him for at least three seconds.

What the 56-year-old mother-of-four didn’t see was that when she was finished, the musician looked horrified, even wiping his mouth.

The Eighties pop star looked confident as she went in for the bold kiss. Wearing black a tank top that said Big As Madonna, hot pants with stockings that showed off her toned legs, and a pair of kinky boot heels, she sauntered over to Drake, who was sitting in a chair. The blonde beauty pulled back his head after caressing his cheek in a shock move.

When the Borderline singer finished her French Kiss, she walked off in a sexy saunter, so she never actually saw the Truffle Butter singer’s reaction. Drake sat up and looked sickened. The age difference may be a problem – he is 28 and she is 56 making them 28 years apart. She is exactly twice his age. And he is used to dating younger women like Rihanna.


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