Singer Debbie Harry Criticizes Madonna Over Political Comments (2017)

Singer Debbie Harry Criticizes Madonna Over Political Comments (2017)

Madonna, by the way, used to copy off Debbie Harry quite a bit.

This incident dates from April 2017:

Debbie Harry thinks Madonna is an ‘a-hole’

The 71-year-old Blondie singer was not impressed with Madonna’s speech at the Women’s March in Washington in January when she claimed she had “thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House” after Donald Trump won the US presidential election.

Speaking about Madonna, she told the Sunday Times Magazine:

“I don’t feel like I have to be an a*****e and say stupid things like ‘Bomb the White House’, but I am speaking out on politics now. I’m sleepless since Trump’s election.”

Debbie Harry blasts Madonna

Debbie Harry thinks Madonna is an “a*****e”.

The 71-year-old Blondie singer was not impressed with Madonna’s speech at the Women’s March in Washington in January when she claimed she had “thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House” after Donald Trump won the US presidential election.

Speaking about Madonna, she told the Sunday Times Magazine: “I don’t feel like I have to be an a*****e and say stupid things like ‘Bomb the White House’, but I am speaking out on politics now. I’m sleepless since Trump’s election.

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Debbie Harry criticises ‘a*****e’ Madonna over ‘blow up the White House’ comments

By Alicia Adejobi
April 25, 2017

Blondie singer Debbie Harry has addressed the controversial political comments which Madonna made at the Women’s March On Washington in February, branding her fellow pop star an “a*****e”.

Just a day after Donald Trump was inaugurated the new presidentof the United States, Madonna, 58, sparked outrage after admitting she had considered “blowing up the White House”. Although the world of music have ferociously vocalised their political stance before and after the recent US presidential election, Harry, 71, has maintained a public silence until now.

In a candid interview with The Sunday Times Magazine, Harry references Madonna’s comments, stating: “I don’t feel like I have to be an a*****e and say stupid things like ‘bomb the White House’, but I am speaking out on politics now. I’m sleepless since Trump’s election. There’s gotta be a resistance of some sort – a protest. Music is about to regain its edge.”


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