Having gone through a “deathly illness”, Madonna seemed to be aware of the fragility of life and began to consider handling her $869 million USD assets, along with an equally massive musical legacy if she unfortunately passed away. life.
On July 10, Madonna officially broke her silence after nearly half a month of health problems and even near death.
The “Queen of Pop” posted a message to fans on her personal Instagram to inform her about her current situation, as well as express her gratitude for the public’s concern.
“Thank you for your positive energy, prayers, healings and encouragement. I feel your love. I am recovering and so grateful for all the blessings in my life”, the female singer born in 1958 began.
Madonna spoke for the first time after experiencing “death” in the hospital at the end of June. Photo: Getty Images.
She said the first two things she thought about after waking up in the hospital were her children and not wanting to disappoint those who had bought tickets for her world tour.
Madonna emphasized that her top priority right now is her health so she can return to serve the audience as soon as possible.
The legendary singer also revealed that she will arrange a tour schedule, expected to start the European leg next October.
Previously, Daily Mail released exclusive images of Madonna’s first appearance after more than 10 days of hospitalization.
The photo shows Madonna walking with a friend in the Upper East Side residential area (New York, USA) on April 9.
In the photo, Madonna is wearing comfortable clothes, smiling and leaning against a lamppost while talking to a friend.
According to Page Six , Madonna has no difficulty walking, it just takes more time than before.
Madonna appeared for the first time after being hospitalized. Photo: TikTok.
Previously, on June 28, Guy Oseary, Madonna’s longtime manager, announced on Instagram that singer Vogue had a serious infection and was in the intensive care unit (ICU).
According to international media, Madonna was hospitalized in an unconscious state and was revived with the drug Narcan to prevent septic shock before being taken to the ICU. She was intubated for at least one night before her condition improved.
Sources said she was sober the next day. Eldest daughter Lourdes Leon stayed at the hospital until her mother was discharged.
Due to poor health, Madonna was forced to postpone the Celebration tour to celebrate 40 years of singing, scheduled to start on July 15 at Rogers Arena in Vancouver (Canada).
Even though she went through a dangerous period, this near-death experience made Madonna begin to think seriously about the problems that may arise when she leaves the world.
The Sun quoted its own source as saying that the 65-year-old diva has set strict rules for music executives regarding how to handle her musical legacy after her death.
Producer Papa Don’t Preach is firmly against diminishing or tarnishing her image. The female singer also opposes the idea of being resurrected thanks to 3D projection technology.
The source shared that looking at the reality of Whitney Houston’s 3D tour being heavily criticized by critics, Madonna does not want to become a tool for money-hungry bosses, thereby affecting the cultural “empire”. public that she spent decades creating.
Besides, the source said that Madonna is trying to avoid unnecessary disputes in the family about her assets worth more than 860 million USD when she passes away. Therefore, she plans to divide the rights to her songs equally among her six children.
Madonna has 2 biological children: Lourdes Leon (born 1996), Rocco Ritchie (born 2000). She also adopted four children, including: David Banda (born 2005), Mercy James (born 2006) and twins Estere and Stelle (born 2013).
Madonna plans to handle her assets of more than $860 million and her musical legacy in the unfortunate event of her death. Photo: IG.