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Agency Reports

NAN/Reuters reports that Pop singer Madonna emphasized on Sunday that her nasty Speech “blowing up the White House,’’at Saturday’s Women’s March in Washington, D.C., was metaphorical.

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Several social media users, blasted the Pop singer’s speech, which also made most stations bring the live feeds of the march to a halt.

According to NAN, the march drew hundreds of thousands of people to in demonstrations around the US, to protest the election of the current President, Donald Trump.

I Spoke In Metaphor- Madonna

“I am not a violent person,’’ the singer and songwriter wrote on Instagram.

“I spoke in metaphor and I shared two ways of looking at things — one was to be hopeful, and one was to feel anger and outrage, which I have personally felt.’’ She continued.

The ‘Frozen’ singer led a protest on Saturday Chanting “Yes, we’re ready” to take on policies promoted by Trump, who alienated many women during the election campaign.

The president who had promised to ban or restrict abortion rights, made comments about rivals’ attractiveness.

Trump’s comments in a video, over a decade ago that women would allow him, as a celebrity, to kiss and grope them without their consent further angered several women.

However, Madonna went ahead of the chants with harsh words for critics of the march

“To our detractors that insist that this march will never add up to anything, fuck you,’’ the pop star said.

She then repeated the bad word and immediately attracted disapproval on social media.

For example, You Tube users who saw the live recordings called the 58-year-old singer “evil.”

While others projected their anger on twitter, over her outrage about ‘blowing up the White House’, that she be investigated for making terrorist threats.

However, the turnout for Saturday’s march was overwhelming, as organizers were praised for mobilizing five million marchers worldwide.

Officially, the crowd turnout of people at the nation’s capital clearly exceeded the 200,000 projected in advance by organizers, but those for the Washington centerpiece were not available.

The march filled long stretches of downtown Washington around the White House and the National Mall.