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Pop Diva Madonna Is Being Sued By One Of Her Fans Because of This Insane Reason

It looks like pop legend Madonna is really a diva in every sense of the word. The 61-year-old singer has reportedly struck the wrong chord with one of her fans leading them to file a lawsuit against their idol.

Sudden Changes

According to sources, the artist and her events promoter Live Nation are facing a class-action lawsuit as pursued by Nate Hollander, who says that Madonna has a long reputation for starting and arriving at her own concerts later than scheduled.

And as a result, Hollander claims that he could no longer attend a 17 December concert he already bought tickets for. His purchase for three tickets totals to $1,024. Apparently, the Miami Beach, Florida concert was initially promoted with an 8.30 p.m. timeslot. It was then rescheduled to start two hours later at 10:30 p.m.

The suit insists that people who already bought tickets expecting the earlier timeslot would be discouraged from attending the new timeslot as it would presumably end at around 1 a.m. This would then affect concert-goers who might have work or school the following day. Hollander has also reportedly tried to refund his tickets but wasn’t able to.

Breach of Contract

The tour is done as part of the promotion for Madonna’s fourteenth studio album, ‘Madame X’, which was launched in June 2019

Hollander also complained that the time change led to the loss of value of the tickets he has. Re-selling them on a platform like Ticketmaster meant that he would lose money, he said. Thus, the fan is seeking damages and suing the star for breach of contract and negligent misrepresentation.

And it looks like he isn’t the only one who’s had enough of Madonna’s less than punctual concerts. A report from Fox 5 Vegas says that the singer was booed by concert-goers at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace earlier in November. The concert was supposed to begin at 10.30 p.m. but she reportedly didn’t appear on stage until 12.30 a.m.

Never Late

Some netizens voiced out their complaints about the singer under her tweet of a concert video

Meanwhile, the star posted a video from the same night on her Twitter. In the clip, she can be seen sitting on a piano on stage explaining her lateness. According to Madonna, something the audience will never understand is that ‘a queen is never late’.

However, she was called out on social media by netizens claiming that she cut the video right before she was booed at the concert for arriving late. Others have also expressed their disappointment with the singer saying they’ll never attend her shows again. Some die-hard fans defended their idol though arguing that people should’ve already known Madonna’s reputation and should’ve anticipated the delay.

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