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Madonna Uses France's Terrorist Attack to Promote Album
Topic Started: Jan 9 2015, 01:27 PM (2,009 Views)
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This story could fit in one of several threads on our board - the Islam thread, the Desperate thread, the Ego Thread, but this is so tacky, so self-absorbed, I believe this deserves its own thread.
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If you are someone who feels very strongly about the topic of terrorism or Islam, and you want to argue that Islam is not behind the attacks on the French paper Hebdo, I ask that you please take those comments to one of our Islam threads in our "Outlook" forum.

If you are a Madonna fan and wish to argue along those lines, you will have to register for this board and keep all your posts limited to the "Cranky Fans Forum," where you may start a thread about terrorism/Islam there. Thank you.

For my purposes, I am assuming that radical Islam is in fact behind the attacks in France.
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This is a dirt bag move, even for her.
(I used the phrase dirt bag BEFORE seeing that the writer of Jezebel also used the same phrase to describe her on this story! Interesting.)

If she is truly concerned for the victims, why not just say condolences with the "Je Suis Charlie" hash tag and nothing else?

Why mention the hash tag that she has been using to promote her album? What next, is she going to take the photos of the murdered cartoonists and photoshop black rope across their faces, as with MLK?

Madonna Uses French Hostage Crisis to Promote Her New Album

  • Madeleine Davies
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    MADONNA

    It's been two days since 12 people were murdered during an attack on the Charlie Hedbo office in Paris and a hostage standoff with the two alleged shooters currently dominates international headlines. So what better time for Madonna to show solidarity with the victims and promote her new album?

    "These are very scary times we are living in. Ignorance breeds Intolerance and fear. We can only fight darkness with light! We are all Charlie," she captioned a "Je Suis Charlie" graphic, then hashtagging it with her album title, "#rebelheart."

    [snip several Madonna social media posts]

    It's fine for Madonna to promote her album. It is fine for her to show her support for the people of Paris following such awful tragedy. But in the future, she might want to keep those as separate things.
Madonna Comments on 'Charlie Hebdo', But Peppers Her Message with Self-Promotion
  • by MAITRI MEHTA

    In the wake of the horrific, fatal attacks on the Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris, many American celebrities, especially comedians, have shown their support for the fallen journalists and police officers killed on Wednesday. On Wednesday night, Madonna commented on Charlie Hebdo by offering her support on Instagram, but with a strange, undermining addendum: she posted the wide-spread image that says “Je Suis Charlie,” but for some reason tagged the photo #rebelheart after the name of her new album.

    .. If we want to be generous and give Madge the benefit of the doubt here, it’s possible her intentions were good. She’s been wildly promoting her music, regramming a photoshopped picture Miley Cyrus posted with her face on the cover of the new album, Rebel Heart. She’s going for a theme of love and acceptance and tolerance. But even this is a thin argument, and it’s hard to not see this as Madonna exploiting a tragedy to promote her own album.

    The singer posted another photo right after of protestors in Paris with “Je Suis Charlie” signs, and also tagged it #rebelheart. It’s uncomfortable, inappropriate, and all around weird. Madonna has been aggressive in the promotion for her new album, but I am surprised that she didn’t realize — or no one advised her — that in the wake of such a senseless attack, self-promotion is definitely prohibited.

    Like I said before, I assume her intentions were good. But, if I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a million times: intent doesn’t matter or count for much when you are an offending party. The wake of a tragedy is no time for self-promotion.
Madonna accused of using Paris terrorist attack to promote her album Rebel Heart
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  • By SHYAM DODGE FOR MAILONLINE
    PUBLISHED: 12:09 EST, 9 January 2015

    Madonna is being accused by many online commentators of using the recent terrorist attack in Paris to promote her album Rebel Heart.

    The 56-year-old posted a series of photos to her Instagram to offer support after 12 people were killed in the gun attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo's Paris offices.

    But as Madonna offered encouraging words in the captions for her social media images, she also provided some hashtags which were in promotion of her new album.

    The controversy comes on the heels of the pop icon likening the recent leak of her album to a 'form of terrorism' - her comments coming just after the world was left in shock following the Sydney Siege.

    Madonna posted a viral image 'Je suis Charlie' (I am Charlie) with the caption: 'These are very scary times we are living in. Ignorance breeds Intolerance and fear. We can only fight darkness with light! We are all Charlie! #revolutionoflove [heart] #rebelhearts.'

    Revolution Of Love is a track off her album Rebel Hearts, both of which she used as hashtags at the end of her post.

    [snip screen caps of Madonna's social media post mentioning the attack]

    Another image on her Instagram is of Parisians taking to the streets in solidarity following the Paris attack.

    She captioned the photo: 'We must respect all religions!' she wrote. 'we must also RESPECT human life!! Killing in the name of G*D is man's idea not G*D's!!!!#livingforlove #rebelheart'.

    Many celebrity blogs and online fans have found the posts to be in poor taste, including Bustle's Maitri Mehta, who wrote: 'Madonna has been aggressive in the promotion for her new album, but I am surprised that she didn’t realize — or no one advised her — that in the wake of such a senseless attack, self-promotion is definitely prohibited.'

    ...The Queen of Pop's cover for the album Rebel Heart is a close-up of her face with black string on it, which has been the subject of countless Internet memes, with other iconic artists Photoshopped into the same template.

    She added: 'This is niether a crime or an insult or racist! I also did it with Michael jaclson and frida khalo and marilyn monroe (sic).'book
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Madonna Is Now Using Charlie Hebdo Terror Attack to Promote Her Album
  • by Hannah Ongley
    Thursday, January 8th 2015 at 1:25 pm

    Has anyone started a petition to get Madonna off Instagram yet? Only a week after the Queen of Pop showed how painfully out of touch she was with a series of Instagram posts depicting black leaders in bondage to promote her upcoming album, she’s now using yesterday’s devastating terror attacks on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo to get that #rebelheart hashtag some traction.

    Charlie Hebdo is on everyone’s lips today as the world attempts to deal not just with the loss of human life but the toll it has on freedom of speech. However Madge barely wasted 24 hours before reposting the emotive images along with her promotional hashtag. We love Madonna, but girl needs to stick to the studio. This mess of an Instagram account is causing her klout score more harm than good.

    Then again, maybe we shouldn’t be surprised. She’s likened social media to terrorism before, so, like white people dropping the N-bomb, it’s not a topic she feels shy about.

    It appears Madge has now moved onto Elvis. Unfortunately, a slick quiff can’t solve the implications of yesterday’s tragedy.
Madonna Accused Of Exploiting Charlie Hebdo Tragedy To Promote Rebel Heart

Madonna's Instagram causes controversy (again)
  • by Luke Burke
    Jan 9, 2015

    Madonna is accused of promoting her album in wake of the Charlie Hedbo tragedy in Paris
    This isn't the first time Madonna has been accused of inappropriately using hashtags on Instagram
Madonna uses Charlie Hebdo terror attack to plug new album

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  • by DAN ZINSKI
    You make a good point Madonna. Intolerance is terrible and by the way you have a new album out that we should buy. Murder is awful and go buy Madonna’s album. What happened yesterday in France was a horrific tragedy and Madonna wants you to spend money to purchase her music.

    Thank you for putting it all in perspective for us, Madonna. For a second there we all forgot what truly matters in this world. But now we remember. It’s all about Madonna’s album sales. Those people died so Madonna could push product. It all makes sense now. THANK GOODNESS THEY DIDN’T DIE FOR NOTHING!!! Please people, buy Madonna’s album. Otherwise the terrorists win. If you don’t buy the album, it’s just like you were pulling the trigger yourself.
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I counted the minutes before Madonna would exploit it... it came off like clockwork if I say so myself.
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Jan 9 2015, 11:09 PM
I counted the minutes before Madonna would exploit it... it came off like clockwork if I say so myself.
I had wondered, oh so briefly, if she would use that tragedy or not, but then thought, "Nah, not even she could be that insensitive and self absorbed." But then she did.

This was what prompted me to make the Twitter account.

Up until now, I was pretty content to just sit on this forum and post about her, but if she's going to exploit something like that with all the hash tags to promote her album, I'm going to do the same thing but in reverse (I've been tweeting anti Madonna editorials using the #RebelHeart hashtag).

My tweets have so far not been showing up in searches for "RebelHeart," but I assume that is because my account is so brand new. She has a lot of fans on there tweeting on her behalf :sick:

Madonna accused of using Charlie Hebdo massacre to promote album
  • Jan 10, 2015
    Madonna is causing controversy once again, and is being accused of using the Charlie Hebdo massacre to promote her album, reports The New York Post.

    The pop diva Instagrammed a “Je Suis Charlie” image Wednesday, sharing words of peace while also hashtagging her own album title, “Rebel Heart.”

    “These are very scary times we are living in. Ignorance breeds Intolerance and fear. We can only fight darkness with light! We are all Charlie! #revolutionoflove ❤#rebelhearts,” Madonna wrote.

    She also posted a picture of Parisian protesters, saying, “We must respect ALL religions! But we must also RESPECT human life!! Killing in the name of G*D is man’s idea not G*D’s!!!! #livingforlove ♥  ❤#rebelheart.”
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I counted the minutes before Madonna would exploit it... it came off like clockwork if I say so myself.
Madonna doesn't miss a beat. She must be rather excitable when posting...as if she can't get her rants out there quick enough.( Might be one of the reasons she has so many spelling mistakes). Silly old lady.
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^ Well she is a 16-year-old girl emotionally still so it's understandable she's so quick to post something on Instagram...
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This might be becoming a trend. Using tragedy for promotional opportunities.

McDonald's new advertising campaign accused of exploiting tragedies to sell burgers
  • By Amelia Butterly
    Newsbeat reporter

    McDonald's has defended its latest US advertising campaign after it "sparked commentary" from social media users saying they were exploiting tragedies.

    The advert shows restaurant signs with messages that have been written for community members over the years.

    Although some praised the company for reflecting the lives of local people, others said they shouldn't capitalise on events such as 11 September attacks.
    "Did we expect all this? No," said Deborah Wahl, chief marketing officer.
    "Good advertising creates emotion," she said.

    "We Remember 9 11," reads one sign. Another, saying "Boston Strong" refers to the marathon bombing which killed three people.
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Just like Madonna's being desperate to keep her brand alive, the McDonald's people also get worse in their attempts in trying to save it,
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I am surprised and disappointed that the media did not give her more grief for this. The media carried this story four about one day, then it fizzzled out

MADONNA ACCUSED OF USING FRANCE TERROR KILLINGS TO PROMOTE NEW ALBUM
  • by DANIEL NUSSBAUM12 Jan 201523
    Madonna is under fire yet again for her controversial social media postings promoting her new album.

    The global pop superstar shared a #JeSuisCharlie image on her Instagram account this week, shortly after an Islamist terror attack claimed the lives of 12 people at the offices of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. She included something else in her posts, however: #rebelheart, the name of her forthcoming album.

    “These are very scary times we are living in,” Madonna captioned her post. “Ignorance breeds intolerance and fear. We can only fight darkness with light! We are all Charlie! #revolutionoflove #rebelhearts.”
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Cheerios cereal got way more outrage on Twitter over referencing Prince in a tribute Tweet than Madonna ever did using terror attack victims to promote her schlocky Rebel Heart album as she did in January 2015 (view more about that in the top posts of This Thread)

I do agree that a lot of these product Prince Twitter tributes look very questionable or tacky...

I only wonder why there was not as much furor over Madonna (the pop singer) doing the same thing last year when she tweeted out her "Rebel Heart" hash tag (that she was using to promote her Rebel Heart album) when she Tweeted about the Charlie Hedbo office attack in France?

Madonna is not so much a person or pop singer, actually, as she is a product that she tries to market to the public.

Prince Honored By Pornhub and Cheerios, Outrages Users Accuse Brands of Capitalizing On His Death
  • Everything from bridges to Ferris wheels have been projected with purple light following the death of music legend Prince, as previously reported by the Inquisitr.

    But not every tribute to Prince’s legacy has been well-received, especially when that tribute appears to function simultaneously as an advertisement.

    For example, Cheerios recently attempted to send Prince off with a “Rest in Peace” message, but decided it would be a good idea to dot the “i” with a Cheerio. This single tweet caused a fair bit of outrage as the parent company, General Mills, was accused of capitalizing on Prince’s tragic death for their own benefit.

    [tweets by upset fans sent to Cheerios pictured]

    General Mills quickly removed the Prince tweet once they noticed the backlash, but not before several people screen-captured the image. Following the mistake, Cheerios spoke to Ad Age and all but apologized for honoring Prince in poor taste.

    ..But Cheerios wasn’t the only brand that sent out a social media advertisement disguised as a tribute to Prince. Virtually none of these Prince tributes were received positively from the internet.

    M. Kei ‎@kujakupoet
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    Don't. Just don't. Prince dying is not an advertising opportunity. @deray

    [Alcohol company's tweet - Maker’s Mark]

    In response to Maker’s Mark, several Twitter users have pointed out that Prince didn’t consume alcohol and was an outspoken advocate against drinking. Another even claimed “Prince would hate this.”

    While many of these brands claim they aren’t trying to use Prince’s death as an opportunity to peddle their products, they have been accused of using search engine trends to redirect traffic to their websites and advertisements. With posts about Prince dominating the internet this week, it’s easy to see why referencing the singer in any way would be beneficial.

    If it’s considered poor taste to use Prince’s death to advertise, then it’s in even poorer taste to associate Prince’s death with pornography. The popular pornography website Pornhub also honored Prince by changing the “P” in their website logo to Prince’s notorious symbol.

    While Pornhub didn’t send out a social media tribute to Prince like other brands, they have still been accused of using internet algorithms to their advantage by bringing searches for “Prince” to their pornographic website.

    A New York-based crisis management expert, named Jessa Moore, spoke to the Huffington Post about these tasteless branding decisions, claiming there is never a good way for a company to pay respects to the death of someone like Prince.

    “It’s insensitive. It’s like they’re saying, ‘We’re going to capitalize on his death so we show up in an search algorithm.’ When something like this happens, a company realizes how good their social media really is.”
Cheerios’ Tasteless Prince Tribute Bombs On Twitter

Cheerios Blew It With This Shameless Prince Tweet
  • After all-around legend Prince's death was confirmed yesterday, Cheerios participated in the grand tradition of major brands shamelessly exploiting mourning for self-promotion.

    Predictably, the tweet didn't go over so well. Yes, Prince was a noted breakfast aficionado.

    No, it's not classy for a monolithic food company to quickly blast out a "Rest in Peace" banner with the dot in the i replaced by one of its signature products. The company quickly deleted the tweet, realizing people were not having it.

    [Tweets shown by outraged fans]

    General Mills tried to argue that it's a Minnesota company, and Prince was a Minnesota man, so it was totally authentic. Cheerios wasn't the only food brand (not to mention NASA and other brands) to bring the Purple Rain, though it's seemed to have gotten most of the hate.

    Four Loko, which actually still exists for some reason, tweeted an image of someone pouring out a purple one against a purple backdrop; local company Caribou Coffee tweeted out a purple banner; and Maker's Mark tweeted out an image of its whiskey with its bottles' normally red wax seals colored purple.

    What all of this has to do with Prince remains unclear. The only possibly appropriate brand tweet would be from a pancake-mix company, obviously.
'Just threw out two boxes, regular and honey nut': Furious Prince fans accuse Cheerios of milking pop superstar's death with 'tasteless' tweet just hours after he died
  • By OLLIE GILLMAN FOR DAILYMAIL.COM
    PUBLISHED: 08:22 EST, 22 April 2016 |
    UPDATED: 10:28 EST, 22 April 2016

    Cheerios has been blasted by furious Prince fans for a 'tasteless' tweet just hours after the pop superstar died of an overdose.

    On a purple background, the cereal brand posted a tweet saying 'rest in peace', with the dot on the 'i' replaced by a Cheerio.

    The post, which came less than three hours after the celebrated singer died in an elevator at his $10million Minnesota compound, was immediately slammed by fans who accused Cheerios of taking advantage of their idol's tragic death from a suspected overdose.

    One Prince fan, called Christina, tweeted:
    '@Cheerios What is wrong with you? Just threw out two boxes, regular and honey nut. YOU go RIP.'

    Another fan wrote: 'Hey guys, Prince died. BUT PLEASE DON'T FORGET ABOUT CHEERIOS!'

    One slightly more tongue-in-cheek message said:
    'Mysteriously, somehow, my love of Prince and my sadness at his passing have transferred into a love of and desire for @Cheerios. Thank you.'

    Samantha Chang wrote: 'I can't believe anyone thought this was a good idea.'

    Cheerios swiftly deleted the tweet, but not before it had been retweeted by hundreds of fuming fans of the Purple Rain star.

    'Here's that insanely stupid and now-deleted @Cheerios tweet about #Prince,' Andy Paras wrote.

    Twitter user John Haywood added:
    '@Cheerios still no apology for your #Prince tweet? You deleted it and hoped people would forget?! Show humanity and apologise.'

    General Mills, the Minnesota company that owns Cheerios, told Advertising Age that the tweet was not meant to offend Prince fans.

    'As a Minnesota brand, Cheerios wanted to acknowledge the loss of a musical legend in our hometown,' a spokesman said.

    'But we quickly decided that we didn't want the tweet to be misinterpreted, and removed it out of respect for Prince and those mourning.'

    Cheerios
    was not the only company with no obvious link to Prince posting tributes to the singer, who died at 10.07am on Thursday after collapsing in his elevator.

    TiVo tweeted: 'We are saddened today at the news of Prince's passing. His music meant so much to so many.'

    The tweet was accompanied with an image showing the words 'purple tears' on a purple background.

    The company was told to 'go f*** yourselves', branded d***holes' and accused of 'capitalizing on a man's death' by enraged Twitter users.

    Adult website Pornhub changed the letter 'p' in its logo to the 'love symbol' that Prince changed his name to during the time he was referred to as The Artist Formerly Known As Prince.

    Caribou Coffee, a Minnesota-based company, posted a purple image and said: '#RestInPurple #MNLove #Prince.'

    Kentucky bourbon company Maker's Mark tweeted a picture of one of its whisky bottle with a purple top.

    Lenovo, which makes computers, said Prince 'embodied so much of what we prize most: fearlessness, love and a refusal to stand still'.

    In a hastily deleted tweet, the British homeware store Homebase wrote: 'Good morning everyone, happy Friday. If you need our assistance we're here until 8pm today, get tweeting. Have a good day! #RIPPRINCE'

    Cheverolet posted an image of one of their cars, alongside the quote: 'Baby, that was much too fast.'

    Some criticized the tweet, while others recognized it as a tribute to Prince's song Little Red Corvette, which included a similar line.

    Google on the other hand was praised for their tribute, with their daily doodle being changed to a purple gif with rain drops falling down.

    They also tweeted the image with lyrics from his song Lets Go Crazy: 'We are gathered here today/To get through this thing called life'

    Last night it was reported that Prince was treated for an overdose just six days before he was found dead in his Minnesota estate on Thursday.
    News of the alleged overdose came as photos emerged of Prince walking out of a Walgreens pharmacy just 15 hours before he was pronounced dead.

    Prince's private plane made an emergency landing in Moline, Illinois, on Friday after he performed in Atlanta so he could be rushed to hospital.
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Madonna Uses French Hostage Crisis to Promote Her New Album
  • Madeleine Davies
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    January 2015

    It's been two days since 12 people were murdered during an attack on the Charlie Hedbo office in Paris and a hostage standoff with the two alleged shooters currently dominates international headlines. So what better time for Madonna to show solidarity with the victims and promote her new album?

    "These are very scary times we are living in. Ignorance breeds Intolerance and fear. We can only fight darkness with light! We are all Charlie," she captioned a "Je Suis Charlie" graphic, then hashtagging it with her album title, "#rebelheart."

    [snip several Madonna social media posts]

    It's fine for Madonna to promote her album. It is fine for her to show her support for the people of Paris following such awful tragedy. But in the future, she might want to keep those as separate things.
Madonna Comments on 'Charlie Hebdo', But Peppers Her Message with Self-Promotion
  • by MAITRI MEHTA

    In the wake of the horrific, fatal attacks on the Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris, many American celebrities, especially comedians, have shown their support for the fallen journalists and police officers killed on Wednesday. On Wednesday night, Madonna commented on Charlie Hebdo by offering her support on Instagram, but with a strange, undermining addendum: she posted the wide-spread image that says “Je Suis Charlie,” but for some reason tagged the photo #rebelheart after the name of her new album.

    .. If we want to be generous and give Madge the benefit of the doubt here, it’s possible her intentions were good. She’s been wildly promoting her music, regramming a photoshopped picture Miley Cyrus posted with her face on the cover of the new album, Rebel Heart. She’s going for a theme of love and acceptance and tolerance. But even this is a thin argument, and it’s hard to not see this as Madonna exploiting a tragedy to promote her own album.

    The singer posted another photo right after of protestors in Paris with “Je Suis Charlie” signs, and also tagged it #rebelheart. It’s uncomfortable, inappropriate, and all around weird. Madonna has been aggressive in the promotion for her new album, but I am surprised that she didn’t realize — or no one advised her — that in the wake of such a senseless attack, self-promotion is definitely prohibited.

    Like I said before, I assume her intentions were good. But, if I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a million times: intent doesn’t matter or count for much when you are an offending party. The wake of a tragedy is no time for self-promotion.
Madonna accused of using Paris terrorist attack to promote her album Rebel Heart
  • by Hannah Ongley
    Thursday, January 8th 2015 at 1:25 pm

    Has anyone started a petition to get Madonna off Instagram yet? Only a week after the Queen of Pop showed how painfully out of touch she was with a series of Instagram posts depicting black leaders in bondage to promote her upcoming album, she’s now using yesterday’s devastating terror attacks on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo to get that #rebelheart hashtag some traction.

    Charlie Hebdo is on everyone’s lips today as the world attempts to deal not just with the loss of human life but the toll it has on freedom of speech. However Madge barely wasted 24 hours before reposting the emotive images along with her promotional hashtag. We love Madonna, but girl needs to stick to the studio. This mess of an Instagram account is causing her klout score more harm than good.

    Then again, maybe we shouldn’t be surprised. She’s likened social media to terrorism before, so, like white people dropping the N-bomb, it’s not a topic she feels shy about.

    It appears Madge has now moved onto Elvis. Unfortunately, a slick quiff can’t solve the implications of yesterday’s tragedy.
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