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Madonna is going through a ‘self-esteem crisis’ but continues to fight aging / Incredible

At 64, Madonna is still way ahead of her time in the entertainment industry, proving that age is no limit for women. Despite the recent nasty comments about her Grammys appearance, as well as the personal crisis she’s allegedly facing, Madonna continues to show everyone that she’s still a force to be reckoned with.

According to a source, Madonna is going through a “self-esteem crisis”

According to reports, Madonna and her 23-year-old boyfriend Andrew Darnell recently ended their relationship. “It was just a very random thing. [com Darnell], so his heart is not broken. It just happened at a bad time,” said the source, who declined to be identified. “He’s having a little self-esteem crisis and it’s not helping.”

But despite all these setbacks, the Queen of Pop continues to focus on reinventing herself and is hard at work on her 40th anniversary tour. “He’s going on tour and he’s determined not only to do something great, but to get back into the spotlight,” the source added.

“They Never Stop Me”

She may have been through a lot, including her most recent heartbreak when she was the target of negative comments about her appearance at the Grammys. But the music icon responded in the most Madonna-esque way possible – sending a strong message and mocking her attackers.

“The world feels threatened because of my strength, power, intelligence and will to survive. But they never stop me. And the proof is this,” the singer said a a tweet.

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“Instead of focusing my speech on appreciating the fearlessness of artists like Sam and Kim, a lot of people chose to just talk about close-ups taken of me with a long lens,” she said. Madonna also criticized the press, saying that a photographer has the power to distort anyone’s face.

Interestingly, at only 34, Madonna saw the relentless aging that she would face in the future.

In an old interview she did when she was in her 30s, Madonna mentioned that we live in a society where people can’t be adventurous after reaching a certain age.

“I mean, a lot of people were like, ‘Oh, this is so pathetic, I hope he doesn’t do this for the next 10 years.’ I mean, who cares? And if I go? Is there a rule?” said the pop diva darkly. “Life is long. People live to be 100, so I don’t understand.”

Years later, the pop queen continues her fight against aging and continues to live life in an authentic and unapologetic way.

She said she would not apologize for her creative choices or appearance. “The media has degraded me since the beginning of my career.” And she continued to blame ageism and misogyny for the criticism she received.

The pop star also wants to pave the way for a better future for women. “I’m happy to be at the forefront of this so that all the women behind me will have an easier life in the years to come.”

Madonna promised to continue defying social pressures and stereotypes

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