The Madonna - Rihanna Feud Is Getting Ugly

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Wednesday, 12 December 2012

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Rihanna recently gave Chris a pet cat which she named Temper Kitty. (Photo courtesy of The Bedford-Stuyvesant Kitty Klinic).

BROOKLYN - Madonna, 54, was spotted sitting at a table at The Plastered Platypus Lounge with her son, er boy-toy, Brahim Zaibat, 25.

She was wearing dark glasses which was unusual since the PP is a very dimly lit establishment.

A source close to the singer confided that lately Madonna has been concerned that she may be starting to get an early onset of cellulite on her eyelids.

Recent photos taken by one of the world's most famous photographers Picasso Mandolin show that Madonna's concern is warranted.

Vodka Vermicelli with iRumors is reporting that the ongoing feud between songstresses Madonna and Rihanna has intensified as of late.

It appears that Madonna is still insulting the Caribbean singer about going back to the girlfriend-beating Chris Brown.

Madonna recently stated on The View that she cannot believe that Ricola, as Vice-President Joe Biden refers to Rihanna, thinks so little of herself to return to Bruiser Boy.

Rihanna, meanwhile, has stated that Madonna really needs to stop worrying about what her and Chrissy are doing and start trying to figure out how to rescue her friggin career out of the effen toilet.

The Barbados beauty remarked that Madonna is starting to resemble Joan "The Moan" Rivers except that Rivers has had a bit more botox, she's a little shorter, and she can speak fluent English.

In Other News. December 17 is National Fiscal Cliff Day, so be sure and mention that term at least once on Tuesday the 17th.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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