It is certainly one of the protagonists of the summer 2021 with its ‘tide’, a pity that this time Madame finds herself once again in a ‘tide’ of controversy. This time it is about some Instagram stories in which Francesca Calearo (her name at the registry office) spends nice words for men. A real celebration that made us turn upside down
It is certainly one of the protagonists of the summer 2021 with its ‘tide’, a pity that this time Madame finds herself once again in a ‘tide’ of controversy. This time it is about some Instagram stories in which Francesca Calearo (her name at the registry office) spends nice words for men. A real celebration that made feminists ready to reply turn up their noses.
Let’s go in order: Madame introduces the message with the intention of giving a “praise” to men by listing some characteristics, thanking them for their “beauty, fragility, strength and love”. The celebration continues underlining that “making a bundle of all the grass” towards them would be “the sport of superficial ones”. It is above all this fragment of the artist’s thought that has been brought to the attention of the web.
Then it closes with a series of stories where the triumph of praise explodes on “Long live men, long live their bodies, long live their souls”.
Madame is no stranger to surfing the web controversy. Remember when several weeks ago the singer jumped again in the middle of the storms for a shot denied? She was sitting at a table in some restaurant while she ate, someone interrupts her and asks her for a photo. Angrily she wrote a poison tweet: “If you haven’t listened to the record or if you haven’t taken the CD or the ticket or if you don’t know what I’m talking about, if you haven’t done ANYTHING for me don’t make me get up while I’m eating for a photo. Because I am Madame 24 h only for those who use me for music, for the rest I am a grumpy Venetian 19 yo “, a tweet that was interpreted in various ways.
What stood out in the controversy was Madame’s attitude which – according to some users – would have been a bit too aggressive towards the fan. Shortly thereafter the artist clarified the position by apologizing for the incident:
I took the photo, because I consider myself a polite and respectful person and if you ask me for a photo I get up, smile and take the photo with you, whoever you are: fans, non fans, hater, non hater … to do it. What I’m saying is a little plea to remind people that if you don’t follow me, at least have respect for me. I’m 100% sure a fan of mine would have waited for me to finish dinner with my family before asking me for a photo.
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