Madonna responds to the fan who sued her

11.13.2019     /     News author: Alexandra

Madonna responds to the fan who sued her
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The ‘pop queen’ has posted a video of her latest performance, during which she made an ironic reference to the action taken by her follower

Although it may seem otherwise, there are times when the "queens" also get into trouble and must leave them. After Madonna, the one known as ‘pop queen’, was sued a few days ago by an admirer of her for having delayed the beginning of all her Madame X Tour concerts, the American has responded.

During a performance in Las Vegas (Nevada), the diva wanted to launch a message for that fan who took legal action against her before the Miami-Dade County courts last Monday, according to CNN.

In the most ironic way possible, sitting on the piano that was on stage, Madonna told her fans that they should "understand" that "a queen is never late," something that most fans and media has interpreted as a clear reference to that lawsuit filed against her. In addition, the diva's Instagram post reads next to the video “H.E.C.H.O.S”, which makes it even clearer where the allusion goes.

The plaintiff in question, who has managed to talk about him in the half-world press for denouncing the very ‘pop queen’, is a man named Nate Hollander. As it is known, after having bought tickets for the Madonna concert at the Fillmore room in Miami Beach on December 17, Hollander knew that the start of the show had been scheduled for two hours later than expected, something not He finished sitting very well.

Apparently, after that time change was made in October that moved all the performances of the Madame X tour from 8:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. for logistics, Hollander wanted to charge directly against who he believed responsible, his own idol . Due to the great anger with the change, for which the organization has not offered to reimburse the amount of the tickets of those who do not accept the time change, Hollander has tried to resell theirs without success, so he has resorted to legal measures .

That said, Hollander, who claims to have paid $ 1,024.95 for three tickets to one of the seven concerts of the “Madame X” tour scheduled in Miami in December, will have two options: Adapt to the new conditions of the diva or fight against She until the end of this judicial process, in which she has all to lose.

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