Apparently these “fans” that went to her concert there haven’t been following her that closely:
Madonna’s second act at her show Thursday night at the Pepsi Center in Denver featured the 54-year-old singer using a fake gun to shoot a masked gunman and images of blood splattering on a large screen behind the stage. She used the set for her performances in other cities for the song “Gang Bang,” which includes the lyrics “shot my lover in the head.”
You can check out this video to see what they were so upset about. The particular clip I linked is from a Las Vegas show, but it’s the same song.
The article is full of derp, including one paragraph that quotes Denver sports radio personality Peter Burns saying “It sort of hits closer to home for me” when asked to describe how he felt about the imagery at the concert considering he lost a friend in the Aurora theater shooting. Really? Seeing Madonna do her dumb shit on stage made you finally put things in perspective? *smh* whatever.
That’s his office? Heh right… looks like a set somewhere. I don’t believe anything this guy does anymore. I find it hard to believe a 26 year old guy with lots of money would have a dingy office with wood paneling, a mainly empty suspicious looking cabinet, and zero stuff on the walls. You never know though… I’ve been wrong once or twice before haha.
The NY reload holster (holster for two guns) is pretty neat. The point of the video seems to be advertising for those companies he mentioned. Not that there’s anything wrong with that, but why treat your viewers like idiots and pretend that “i’m just showing you comrades around the office”?
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