The American singer’s Instagram account flagged for posting a coronavirus vaccine conspiracy in which she said ‘it’s a way for the rich to get richer.’
In her post, the singer claimed a vaccine for Covid-19 had already been found, but was being hidden to “let the rich get richer”.
Instagram blurred out the video with a caption saying: “False Information”.
The video Madonna shared has since been deleted.
The singer, who has 15 million followers on Instagram, shared a video which featured Dr Stella Immanuel, a doctor from Houston, who claims she has cured more than 300 people with the coronavirus using hydroxychloroquine.
Fellow celebrities took to social media to voice their outrage against her.
Pop star Annie Lennox, who commented: “This is utter madness!!! I can’t believe that you are endorsing this dangerous quackery.
“Hopefully your site has been hacked and you’re just about to explain it,” she added.
Earlier this year, Madonna called the coronavirus “the great equaliser” in a bizarre video posted to her social media. In May, she claimed to have contracted the virus during the Parisian leg of her ‘Madame X’ tour back in March.global
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