Madonna booed at concert for supporting Barack Obama
Madonna is trying to get her fans to vote, but she's doing it in a way that shows her political bias. The crowd at a Madonna concert in in New Orleans Sunday (Oct. 28) booed the 54-year-old pop star after she encouraged them to cast their ballot for President Barack Obama.
"Who's registered to vote?" she asked fans, according to E! News. "I don't care who you vote for as long as you vote for Obama."
The crowd started booing at that, and Madge followed the statement up with an amended, "Seriously, I don't care who you vote for. Do not take this privilege for granted. Go vote."
This isn't the first time Madonna has upset her concertgoers this month. On Oct. 18, the "MDNA" singer's use of guns during her performance upset some of the attendees at her Denver show so much that they called the cops. However, Madonna has used guns at every stop along her tour. She says she doesn't condone the weapon but rather uses the guns as "symbols of intolerance" and to represent. "the pain [she has] felt from having [her] heart broken."