Madonna shocked fans with another risque post on Wednesday. The 64-year-old posed on Instagram in only nude-colored hot pants and a gold waist corset, arms above her head to reveal her bare chest.

The “Vogue” singer posted the topless shot to her story with a lollipop and a cash bag emoji covering each nipple. She captioned the snap “Express yourself, don’t repress yourself!” which she has seemingly been doing a lot of lately. This is one of a number of alarming posts in recent months that have included raunchy outfits, almost complete nudity and unrecognizable selfies, which has prompted concern from fans.


Last month, following an age-defying photo of the star with gorgeous red locks, fans commented that she “looks like a Bratz doll” and remarked that she “doesn’t even look like herself anymore,” attributing it to alleged cosmetic procedures.

During her latest posting spree, Madonna was criticized for various questionable behaviors, including wearing a black lace bondage mask, drinking from a dog bowl and making a bizarre “coming out” video that showed her throwing her underwear across the room.

However, the star, who’s been known for pushing the boundaries of sex and sexuality in the music industry for decades, may have bigger problems than what people think of her unhinged social media posts.

Along with 36 other defendants, Madonna has been named in a high-profile lawsuit seeking $5 million for violations of FTC rules regarding the promotion of NFTs. Others being named in the lawsuit include Justin Bieber, Steph Curry, Serena Williams, Gwyneth Paltrow and Jimmy Fallon. The stars are being accused of fraud for failing to disclose their investments in Yuga Labs, the company behind the Bored Ape Yacht Club NFTs.

“The truth is that the Company’s entire business model relies on using insidious marketing and promotional activities from A-list celebrities that are highly compensated (without disclosing such),” the complaint said.

Neither Madonna nor the other celebrities involved in the lawsuit have commented publicly.

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