Madonna treated her Instagram followers to an array of glammed up sexy shots, but Hot In Herre rapper Nelly was not impressed by the 63-year-old mum's photoshoot
The 63-year-old star treated her 17.5 million Instagram followers to some pictures of her derrière in pantyhose last week, with the vast majority of people showering her with compliments.
"How can you not love Madonna lol," commented rapper JaRule, whilst others left fire emojis.
However, Hot in Herre rapper Nelly was also quick to offer his opinion on the mum-of-six's saucy shoot, reports The Mirror.
While the majority of the snaps were relatively tame, one image sees the Material Girl singer flashing a bit of bum cheek thanks to an ensemble that involved fishnet tights and skimpy lace French knickers.
Another saw the Grammy award-winning artist sprawled across the car, with her legs spread open and a hat strategically placed placed by her bikini line.
"Car trouble," Madonna captioned the arty collection of pictures.
The singer's social media update prompted Nelly, 47, to leave a comment offering his unsolicited advice.
"Some things should just be left covered up," the singer - real name Cornell Iral Haynes Jr. - quipped.
Nelly is clearly following in the footsteps of rap peer 50 Cent, who ignited a feud with Madonna over her sexy snaps last year.
Sharing a snap of the pop icon facedown on the floor with only her bum and legs hanging out from under a bed, 50 Cent claimed the image was the "funniest s**t" via his Instagram page.
"LOL. That’s Madonna under the bed trying to do like a virgin at 63. she shot out, if she don’t get her old ass up. LMFAO," the 46-year-old wrote in November.
The rapper - real name Curtis James Jackson III - quickly backtracked and apologised after the Like a Virgin singer called him out over his comments.
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50 Cent's apology wasn't accepted - with Madonna claiming the Candy Shop singer's attempt to make amends was "invalid" and "fake".
"You were trying to shame me. You were trying to humiliate me," the pop icon told the rapper via an Instagram video.
"Yeah, your apology is fake. It’s bulls**t and it’s not valid. Let me just hit those four or five points about your apology being invalid.
"Number one, it’s not hard to find footage of you and me hanging out.
"Number two, an apology is not valid if you don’t know what you’re apologising for. What you should be apologising for is your misogynistic, sexist, ageist behavior and remarks."
She continued: "Number three, you didn’t hurt my feelings ’cause I don’t take it personally. I could never take it personally because you’re not coming from an enlightened place.
"Number four, you say that you’re not benefiting from it. Of course you’re benefiting from it. That is what social media is all about. You do understand that right?"