Madonna Calls Herself A ‘Minority,’ And The Crowd’s Reaction Is Priceless [VIDEO]

Katie Jerkovich | Entertainment Reporter

Madonna told a crowd gathered in New York City that she was a minority and to say the group did not agree would be an understatement.

On Monday night, the 58-year-old singer held a surprise concert in the city at Washington Square Park to rally people to go out and vote for Hillary Clinton. While speaking to the crowd she mentioned she was a “minority” and that’s when someone yelled “what” and the laughter began.(RELATED: What Madonna Just Called Donald Trump’s Sons Will Strike A Nerve)

Singer Madonna arrives with designer Riccardo Tisci at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala (Met Gala) to celebrate the opening of "Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology" in the Manhattan borough of New York, U.S. May 2, 2016. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

(photo: REUTERS/Lucas Jackson)

Video of the interaction between Madonnna and the group gathered was captured and posted on Twitter.

“There’s a lot of people out there that don’t believe that women have a voice, or that minorities have a voice,” Madonna said. “And I do consider myself a minority. I do. Women are marginalized, let’s face it. As far as I’m concerned we still live in an extremely chauvinistic…” (RELATED: Madonna: If You Vote For Hillary, ‘I Will Give You A Blowjob’)

“The free Madonna concert was pretty cool, but it was… well, pretty awkward when Madonna said she was a minority. Clearly audible confusion.”

 

 

“This concert is about unifying us,” Madonna told the crowd according to another report. “How are we going to keep America great?We are going to elect a president who does not discriminate against women, who does not discriminate against the LGBT community, who does not discriminate against people of color, that does not want to build a wall around our country and separate us from the rest of the world. This is a concert about peace.”

Earlier in the day the singer tweeted for people to meet her at Washington Square Park in the city for a rally for Clinton.

“Meet me in Washington Square Park at 7:30 Let’s Go Hard For Hillary Clinton,” Madonna tweeted.

 

 

Katie Jerkovich

Entertainment Reporter

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