Madonna’s daughter, Lourdes Leon, created an official Instagram account last week and sparked a social media stir after posting wild, profane comments to her followers.
Leon started her Instagram posting with an image from her racy Juicy Couture underwear photo. A follower commented, “Your mother made a masterpiece called Hard Candy” — referring to Madge’s 2008 album, and Leon lashed out immediately, “your mother sucks wild d–k.”
Then another follower wrote of Leon’s revealing first post, “not u thirst trapping… what would ur mom think?”, Leon, 24, slammed the writer, “does your mom know u don’t wash ur ass.”
“we’re waiting for your singing debut,” a fan said and then Leon replied, “I’ll sing at your funeral.”
She later shared two clips from a new project in which she appears for Adidas and designer Stella McCartney.
But she later cleaned up her comments, Her first post now says, “Comments on this post have been limited,” while her second and third posts with the Adidas and Stella McCartney clips seem to have the comments disabled.
Some and felt very bad by her reactions and unfollowed her account with one saying, “I’m living with your clap backs.”
In 2020, Madonna came under fire for some odd Instagram clips herself, including a bizarre video from her bathtub describing COVID-19 as ‘the great equalizer.’
She later announced she’d tested positive for coronavirus antibodies, and was ready to go out and “breathe the COVID-19 air.”
According to a Page Six report, the singer’s Instagram posts were “clearly performance art… It is not meant to be literal.” It was also confirmed that she wouldn’t listen to anyone about her posts on the platform.
Though her daughter Leon may be listening sometimes and be changing or disabling her comment section.