Debbie Dingell’s “tired of Madonna’s cheap shots”
Via Facebook, U.S. Rep. Debbie Dingell this morning took time to rebuke Madonna for comments she has made recently about metro Detroit, one Michigan woman to another.
Madonna, 56, recently told Us Weekly that there was “nothing at all” she missed about growing up in Michigan. In earlier comments on Thursday’s “The Howard Stern Show,” the singer described the residents of her hometown of Rochester Hills as “basic, provincial thinking people,” drawing a response from the city’s mayor.
“Enough already, Madonna,” Dingell, D-Dearborn, wrote on her Facebook page this morning. “I am probably not being politically correct in someway (sic) … but I am tired of Madonna and her cheap shots at Michigan and her hometown. … I love this state.”
“Michigan contributed to her success … we don’t take shots at her, her style, her life… so something good must have happened here … I am and always will be a Michigan girl, quit bad mouthing us,” Dingell wrote.
Detroit Free Press