Madonna’s feud with ex-husband, Guy Ritchie, has taken a nasty turn. The two are in a bitter custody battle over Rocco Ritchie, and the ‘Ray of Light’ singer threw some vulgar shade at Guy at a Jan. 18 concert by calling him the c-word! Click to watch.
Just when we thought the bad blood between Madonna, 57, and her ex-husband, Guy Ritchie, 47, couldn’t get any worse, Madge takes it to another level. As they fight over for custody of their son, Rocco Ritchie, 15, Madonna decided to send a very British-style insult towards her former English hubby.
Madonna dropped the C-bomb during a Jan. 18 concert in Nashville, Tennessee, according to the Daily Mail. The Queen of Pop threw this vulgar shade towards Guy after a fan supposedly propose to her. Madonna’s response was, “I’m looking for a husband, not a c-nt. I’m already married a c-nt.”
Wow! Now, Madge has been married twice, but considering she professed her love for her first hubby, Sean Penn, at his Haiti Benefit Gala on Jan. 9, it’s safe to assume that C-word was directed at Guy. You can listen to all of Madonna’s hits by signing up to stream her music,
This is the latest shot in the ongoing war between these former lovers. Madonna and Guy are in a bitter custody feud over their teenage son. The Material Girl appeared in a Manhattan Supreme Court on Christmas Eve, 2015, to reportedly ask the judge to force Guy into making Rocco spend Christmas with her in New York City.
While the courts were split over who should have custody of Rocco, Madonna’s son doesn’t want anything to do with his mother. Despite the multiple sweet messages she’s sent him on Instagram, Rocco has blocked Madonna from his own social media accounts. His dad and stepmother, Jacqui Ainsley, 34, still can follow him, though. Burn!
There’s a reason behind Rocco’s social media silent treatment. He was reportedly “miserable” whenever he spent time with his mother. Instead of bonding, they ended up having full-blown fights and screaming matches. Yikes! Well, if Madonna’s c-bomb is any indication, there will be plenty more fights and insults before this whole ordeal is over.
What do you think about Madonna dropping the c-word during her show, HollywoodLifers? Classy, funny or crude?