Madonna disses Drake

Madonna/Photo Credit: Live with Romeo’s: Saturday Night Online Youtube Screenshot

There’s no arguing that Madonna and Drake had the worst celebrity kiss of 2015 thanks to a video showing Drake recoiling in disgust after Madonna planted her lips on his. Although Drake later claimed that it was her lip gloss and not her that disgusted him, it seems that Madonna might have held a grudge against the rapper because she recently dissed him in a new video.

In a new a Q-and-A for “Live with Romeo: Saturday Night Online,” Madge answered questions from fans, one of which was a question about the infamous kiss. And that’s when Madonna sent a shady jab in Drake’s direction.


“I kissed a girl … and I liked it!” Madonna replied.

Photo Credit: Drake's Instagram (@champagnepapi)
Source: Drake’s Instagram (@champagnepapi)

Later on, another fan asked the singer what advice she’d give her younger self.


“Don’t kiss Drake, no matter how many times he begs you to,” she replied.

Well, this is either a publicity stunt from one of the music world’s biggest fame seekers or Madge really does have a beef with Drake over that kiss. In any case, we think it’s safe to say that fans just want to forget the kiss even happened — and that they had to witness it.

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