Madonna responded to criticism by saying she is “most definitely not sorry” while wearing a ripped denim-on-denim outfit…

“Would you kindly refrain from apologizing?” There is nothing new that can be said about Madonna.

After making news with her outfit at the Grammy Awards, in which she wore a dominatrix-style corset, a riding crop, phallic accessories, and androgynous clothing, Madonna seems to be increasing the amount of risk she takes with her fashion choices.

The music superstar, who is now 64 years old, has recently posted a series of wardrobe images to her Instagram story along with a message to both her supporters and her detractors.

The first image in the four-part photo series was a close-up of the singer’s face, showing her staring directly into the camera. She struck a posture while dressed in a denim jacket and trousers set by Vetements that had been heavily worn and frayed.

The outfits were of a dystopian-inspired style and included a black corset top, black boots, black socks, and many layers of necklaces. The word “most” is the only piece of text that is included with the image.

The second photograph allowed us to get a better look at the star. In this picture, the details of her braided hair, large cross earrings, and bleached eyebrows are quite clear. There is a picture of Madonna with her tongue jutting out, and the word “absolutely” is written down her waist.

The third picture was the one that had the word “not,” and it was in this picture that we got a better look at her worn-out pants, boots, and socks.  She concluded the series by showing a close-up of her massive, edgy boots while saying “sorry.”

This tweet, “most certainly not sorry,” was sent after the superstar said that she is “caught in the spotlight of ageism and misogyny” as a result of unfavorable feedback around her appearance at the Grammys and images taken without her permission.

Maintaining her unwavering commitment to her way of life, Madonna said, “I will not apologize now or in the future for any of the creative decisions I have made or the way that I seem or dress.

Since the beginning of my career, I have been subjected to degradation at the hands of the media; but, I am aware that this is all part of a test, and I am content to serve as a trailblazer in order to make life simpler for other women who come after me in the years to come.”

Then, in order to further support her position, she used a line from a song by Beyoncé and said, “In the words of Beyoncé, ‘You-won’t crush my soul.'”

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