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Madonna Implies Drake Is A Terrible Kisser And Begged Her For Coachella Smooch


When Madonna kissed Drake last month at Coachella and the rapper seemed disgusted by it, the whole world went crazy. The PDA and the subsequent reaction upstaged the event itself and was by far the biggest news to come out of the music festival.

Later on, Drake clarified that he blanched not due to Madge being a 56-year-old grandma but because the flavor of her lipstick was really not to his liking. He even took to social media to imply that he actually cherishes his amorous moment with Madonna. He tweeted:

Don’t misinterpret my shock!! I got to make out with the queen Madonna and I feel 100 about that forever. Thank you Madonna.

However, the damage to the pop superstar’s kissing prowess was done by then.

She kept it all in until this weekend when she opened up a bit about that lip locking business with Drizzy.

While addressing fan queries on AskAnythingChat video Q&A with Romeo, Madonna not only answered the infamous kiss questions, she implicitly dissed Drake.

When asked if Drake is a good kisser, the Like a Virgin crooner used a line from Katy Perry’s smash hit song and said:

I Kissed a girl and I liked it.

And she wasn’t finished just yet. When another fan asked her to pass on any advice she might have for the younger generation, she could have said a thousand things. But she chose to revisit the kiss business by saying:

Don’t kiss Drake no matter how many times he begs you to.

If this is actually the truth, then one can’t really blame the veteran performed for kissing a guy who is exactly half her age. Although, it’s not like she cares too much for what people think or say about her as soon after the incident she had tweeted:

If you don’t like me and still watch everything I do… B**** you’re a fan.

So, do you agree with her? Are Madonna’s critics basically her fans in disguise?


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