Madonna Says Trump’s Victory Felt ‘Like Someone Died’: Feels Betrayed By Women Who Voted For Him

Madonna has revealed that Trump’s stunning presidential victory left her feeling “like someone died.”

The pop icon added that she felt betrayed by the women who voted for him. The president-elect got 42 percent of female votes, according to exit polls. Madonna called the figures “insanely high” and admitted that she was still struggling to come to terms with the results of the November 8 elections.

In a Billboard interview published Monday, the Material Girl slammed Mr. Trump again, just days after taking barbs at him at her charity show in Miami. Madonna said she was yet to get a good night’s sleep and was still reeling from disbelief and why women simply found it hard to support women.

“It felt like someone died. It felt like a combination of the heartbreak and betrayal you feel when someone you love more than anything leaves you…I feel that way every morning; I wake up and say, ‘Oh wait, Donald Trump is still president,’ and it wasn’t a bad dream that I had…women hate women. That’s what I think it is. Women’s nature is not to support other women. It’s really sad.”

The Queen of Pop said she fully supported the woman march on Washington, DC on the 21st of January, a day after Mr. Trump’s inauguration. The 58-year-old said she liked the idea because it was a kick against bigotry and intolerance.

“I want to rain on his parade…I was put on this earth to fight for the underdog and fight against discrimination.”

The Express Yourself singer had criticized the 70-year-old politician at a benefit concert for her charity, Raising Malawi on Friday. Madonna had flirted with ex-husband, Sean Penn, promising to marry him if he gave her $150,000. She also kissed Ariana Grande.

The star-studded event had A-listers like Brett Ratner, Paris Hilton, Leonardo DiCaprio, RZA, Courtney Love, Dave Chappelle, Chris Rock, James Corden and Adriana Lima in attendance. The 60-minute Art Basel Show was projected to make between $2 million to $5 million.

The sold-out show, costing $5,000 per head made over $7.5 million. The funds would be used to build an intensive and pediatric surgery unit in the African country. Malawi is where her adopted son, David Banda hails from. The event was tagged as “An Evening of Art, Mischief and Music.” It included a marathon auction where the pop icon sold some of her possessions.

The Queen of Pop who is never one to avoid stirring up controversy revealed that she had “slept in Donald Trump’s bed,” before jokingly adding that he was nowhere near the place because it was a photo shoot. Madonna threw a thinly veiled insult at the blue-collar billionaire when she said his sheets were cheap.

“He wasn’t anywhere near that bed. He wasn’t in the room. I was just doing a photo shoot in Palm Beach for the Versace campaign in his house. I just want to mention that his sheets were not 100 percent Egyptian cotton. Yes cheap slumlord.”

The 58-year-old had wondered aloud if the president-elect would still have low-priced bed sheets in the White House since he was not on good terms with Muslims, a reference that shocked those in attendance.

“Do you think he’s going to have nice sheets in the White House? Here’s one thing I’m sure of. They won’t be Egyptian cotton because we all know how he feels about Muslims don’t we?”

Madonna was not done; she performed a slow-motion version of Britney Spears’ hit, Toxic, with images of Mr. Trump appearing on a large screen behind her. The music icon sold her jewelry, art, and even the wedding photos of her marriage to Sean Penn.

The pictures were auctioned for $230,000.

[Featured Image by Greg Allen/AP Images]

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