Madonna, 63, sent the 40-year-old “Hello” singer a bouquet of flowers to share a heartfelt note on her Instagram Story on Tuesday, August 8.
“Thank you queen. I am very grateful to you.” read message, “You have opened so many doors for so many women. You are a masterpiece genius. Thank you for allowing me to sing in your song and thank you for naming the remix!!!! Love forever and ever, B.”
Madonna for her part, later thanks the former destiny’s Child The member for gestures captioned the picture, “❤️❤️Thank you!! From one to another. I love the re-mix! @beyonce ️❤️,” before sharing a second photo of the flowers, featuring a lily and white Rose included.
Beyoncé’s latest remix — which is her fifth collaboration for the song — samples Madonna’s hit pop anthem “Vogue,” which pays tribute to famous black female artists, including Aretha Franklin And Diana Rosso,
after the release of Renaissance In July, the Texas native took to social media to thank her fans for their unshakable loyalty.
“Thank you for your unwavering support,” she wrote via instagram those days. “To be patient. We will take the time and enjoy the music. I will continue to give my all and do my best to make you happy. I love you deep.”
While the record quickly earned both fan and critical acclaim, it has also garnered its fair share of controversy. The day before the album’s release, way claimed that the “Formation” singer used samples from her 2003 hit “Milkshake” without permission.
“My mind is also blown because the level of disrespect and utter ignorance of all 3 parties involved is astonishing,” says the New York native said via instagram those days. “I heard about it the same way everyone else heard. Nothing is as it seems, some people in this business have no soul or honesty and have fooled everyone.”
While Beyoncé appears to have deleted the sample, the album, The “Crazy in Love” artist’s seventh studio releaseCame under fire once again when fans started criticizing dream Girls Starr for using the word “spaz” in his song “Heated” – a slang term derived from the word “spastic” and considered derogatory to people with spastic cerebral palsy.
However, the “Single Ladies” singer, responded promptly to feedbackmake necessary changes. An August 1 statement from the songwriter’s team read, “This term, which is not used in a deliberately harmful manner, will be changed.” Although, Monica Lewinsky The Grammy Award winner was also asked to change the lyrics to her song “Split”, whose name omitted from the 49-year-old anti-bullying advocate, which mentions her relationship. bill clinton,