The queen has spoken! On Jan. 3, Madonna took to Instagram to seemingly clap back at the rumors that the singer, 60, has gotten butt implants. ICYMI: Fans began to speculate that Madonna went under the knife following her New Year’s Eve performance in NYC. The pop star’s behind definitely looked, er, way more enhanced than it ever had before.
Even so, Madonna has refused to let all the internet the chatter get the best of her. “Desperately seeking no one’s approval,” she began, followed by way too many periods and a laughing emoji. “And entitled to free agency over my body like everyone else!!” Madonna continued. “Thank you, 2019. It’s going to be an amazing year.”
To be fair, the songstress’ response wasn’t exactly the denial we were anticipating, but is that enough to confirm that she did, in fact, get plastic surgery? Well, not exactly. However, Life & Style spoke exclusively with board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Norman Rowe, who weighed in on the Material Girl’s new and improved behind.
Dr. Rowe, who has never treated the A-lister, said, “It looks like [Madonna] has had a Brazilian Butt Lift. This procedure typically requires liposuction, or removing fat, from one body part and injecting it into the buttock.” Dr. Rowe then went on to reveal why plastic surgery is the most likely explanation for Madonna’s bigger behind. “She must have gone under the knife to achieve this look because it doesn’t look like it was achieved naturally by gaining weight.”
Either way, Madonna still looks fierce AF. What is curious, though, is that she disabled commenting on her latest post. Hmmm, perhaps it’s because she’s sick of all the inquires about her derrière. After all, people have been quite harsh about it. “I think the saddest ending to 2018 is finding out Madonna got butt implants,” one person recently wrote on Twitter. “Madonna got a fake butt. Aw, no. And this dancing is tragic,” echoed another of her performance.
Sigh. How’s this for a New Year’s resolution? Let’s leave Madonna and her super famous, super rich butt alone.