Oh Madonna, Madonna, Madonna. Madge, Madge, Madge. You are making me all fatootzed (confused in Yiddish). I am soooo not feeling the Material Girl–brought to you by Macy’s–thing at all. I know, through Kabbalah, you are like officially Jewish now. But that does not mean you have to automatically go into the schmatta business. And does Lourdes need to have a career at thirteen years of age? What’s wrong with a Bat-Mitzvah at Leonard’s of Great Neck and some dance classes? I know, you are a great mother. But I am not so sure that you are a real Jewish mother? A good Jewish mother raises their daughter to be a princess and expect everyone to do everything for them. Work…is a four letter word to that crowd. What you might do is explain to Lola that her obsessive phone calling will be put to good use when she becomes a publicist…like a good Jewish girl. Anyway, one thing is to instill a sense of responsibility to your child, but it seems like Lourdes is suddenly multi-tasking between polishing up on Conversational French, her acting debut in your film about King Edward VIII, and her new fashion stint with you at Macy’s. Frankly, I am exhausted just thinking about it. Is this your way of rolling-out the Lola brand? Fotz.
Madonna: The Material…As In Schmatta…Girl
Mar 31, 2010Fashion