teen fan has awesome response to having her breast exposed by madonna on stage
The 17 year old was brought up on stage during the Rebel Heart tour stop in Brisbane, and has given an awesome response to press who described the accident as offensive.
The controversy surrounding Madonna's Rebel Heart World Tour had mostly been focused on her turning up hours late to her own gigs, but now, the tabloids have an even more salacious story to rage over. At her gig in Brisbane, Australia, Madonna invited 17-year-old fan Josephine Georgiou up to the stage, commenting to the audience that, "She's the kinda girl you just wanna slap on the ass," before tugging at her top and exposing one of her breasts. It seems like it was an accident; Madonna immediately apologized, saying, "Oh shit, I'm sorry, sexual harassment!"
Tabloid newspapers and daytime TV shows have been having a field day with the incident this morning; Piers Morgan suggested that Madonna is having a meltdown and must cancel her tour. "You dirty old woman! If Madonna was a man she would just have made herself a pariah," he tweeted, along with, of course, a link to his frothing-at-the-mouth article by (who else?) the Daily Mail. Another of Morgan's tweets labels the article "MADONNA'S SEX SHAME."
Local Queensland newspaper The Courier Mail tracked down the teenage fan to get her take on the incident, and she had the best response to such shameless media scandal-making. "Only I get to decide if I'm humiliated or not, why would people assume I am humiliated by my own breast, nipple or body?" Georgiou told the paper, taking down morality trolls with her awesome feminist stance.
"Seriously, why would I sue Madonna for the best moment of my life?" the barista and aspiring model continues, "It was the best night… She was calling me a Victoria's Secret model the whole time I was on stage, which is so flattering."
Surely it is the old men writing breathy articles and continuing to publish grainy images of the moment a teenage girl was accidentally exposed on stage who should feel embarrassed about themselves.
Text Charlotte Gush
Photography via @josephineisaflower