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Madonna Posts ‘Sorry’ Video In Support Of Ukraine: Look + Listen

Forever the outspoken artist, Madonna has shown her support for Ukraine amid the Russian invasion by posting a video remix of her hit ‘Sorry.’

Over the weekend, the superstar singer/songwriter (born Madonna Louise Ciccone) took to Instagram and posted a fan-made remix of her 2006 hit, edited together with images from the conflict and comparisons between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler.

Accompanying her post, Madonna wrote:

“Russia’s Pointless and Greed Driven Invasion Of the Ukraine MUST be stopped!! “Putin has Violated Every Human Rights Accord in Existence. Putin has no right to try to erase the existence of the Ukraine. We support you President Zelensky!! We are praying for you and your country! God Bless You All! Lets not feel helpless when confronted by Geo-political Actions of this magnitude (sic).”

In addition to her caption, the American musician included a link to a Global Citizen article about how people can meaningfully help Ukraine amid the crisis and the The Independent reports that Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy followed Madonna on Instagram after her video montage went live.

Since her ‘Sorry’ video montage,Madonna shared two additional posts about the Ukraine invasion, including footage of a missile hitting a residential building in the capital city Kyiv, writing:

“Does This Video hurt. you as much as it hurts Me?” “Putin continues his Senseless And Horrifying attacks on The Ukraine!! Innocent people are being killed and wounded every day! Innocent people are fighting for their lives And learning to shoot guns to protect themselves Refugees are crowding the borders and being stopped from escaping. So many brave people are staying to fight… God Bless You All. We are praying for you all (sic).”

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Author: Saul Goode

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