Instagram is proving that it is the boss!
The famous social media application prevented the queen of pop Madonna herself from broadcasting live from her account, after the artist posted a series of scantily clad photos of herself.
The 63-year-old “Sorry” singer shared a video early Friday morning that showed the exact moment she found out she had been blocked.
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“What the hell?” Madonna said when she saw the message “Blocked from sharing live video” appear. “What’s happening?”
He then joked, “I’ve never worn so many clothes in my life.”
The pop icon’s friend and team member then read the app’s community guidelines, which read in part: “We want Instagram to remain an authentic and safe place for inspiration and expression.”
“I am speechless,” Madonna said in response.
The Grammy winner took to her Instagram Stories to record herself on a call with her “Frozen on Fire” collaborator Sickick, who she was moving in with, telling him that Instagram was being “really mysterious” about why they blocked her.
“I do not know why. They are not giving me a reason,” she claimed. “It’s like a bureaucracy inside a computer.”
The star noted that she hadn’t posted “anything crazy” on the app, “not this week anyway.”
“It may have been a late reaction to my NFTs last week, but I’m not too sure,” she added.
Madonna recently released an NFT collection called “Mother of Creation,” in which a 3D version of her appeared completely naked and gave birth to butterflies, insects, and trees.
An NFT is a digital asset that represents real-world objects such as art, music, game elements, and videos. They are bought and sold online, often with cryptocurrencies, and are often encrypted with the same underlying software as many cryptocurrencies.
The “Hung Up” singer apologized to her fans on Instagram for not being able to chat with them on the Live.
“Sorry to disappoint everyone,” he said. “I was really looking forward to this.”
it is It is not the first time that the famous social network tries to censor Madonna.
In November 2021, the app removed a post the “Like a Virgin” singer shared because her nipple was apparently exposed in the photo.
The performer criticized Instagram for her decision, writing in a separate post:
“It still amazes me that we live in a culture that allows every inch of a woman’s body to be displayed, except for a nipple. As if that was the only part of a woman’s anatomy that could be sexualized. The teat that nourishes the baby!”
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According to Instagram’s community guidelines, the platform does not “allow nudity.”
“This includes photos, videos, and some digitally created content that depicts completely nude intercourse, genitalia, and buttock close-ups,” the app’s rules state.
“It also includes some photos of female nipples, but photos in the context of lactation, childbirth and moments after childbirth, health-related situations (for example, post-mastectomy, breast cancer awareness or confirmation surgery of gender) or an act of protest is permitted. Nudity in photos of paintings and sculptures is fine too.”