Madonna admits she’d let her children try drugs ‘in moderation’
Speaking one of her songs in which she mentions getting ‘stoned,’ Madonna said she asks her daughter to ‘make wise decisions’
Should her children do experiment with drugs, Madonna revealed she would instruct them to try substance with “moderation,” revealed the pop icon in an interview with British host Jonathan Ross this week.
Speaking about her song “Devil Pray,” in which the pop queen sings about getting high and “stoned,” Madonna said she asks her daughter to “make wise decisions,” the Daily Mail reported.
“I just ask my daughter [Lourdes] to make wise decisions and to do things in moderation and to try not to mix her alcohol,” she said.
“I am not a big fan of drugs. They just don't suit me,” Madonna told the television show host.
The mother of four, Lourdes, 18, Rocco, 14, Mercy, nine, and David, also nine, explained that she did not enjoy her experimentation with drugs years ago.
“The handful of times I have tried drugs, many many many many years ago, I just didn't enjoy it. I wanted it out of me. I started guzzling bottles of water thinking that was going to end,” she recounted.
Separately, Madonna was the subject of an internet uproar following a mishap at the BRIT Awards on Wednesday during which she fell off a flight of stairs as she performed one of her hit songs.
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