Madonna 'slams Lady Gaga and Guy Ritchie in new song lyrics'

The Queen of pop, who celebrated her 56th birthday earlier this month, 
appears to have taken no prisoners while working on her 13th solo album
Madonna has reportedly laid into Lady Gaga and ex-hubbie Guy Ritchie in songs which could end up on her new album.
Leaked lyrics from the track Heartbreak City allegedly slam Ritchie for "getting what [he] came for, a bit of fame and fortune, and I'm no longer needed."
While Gaga, who has praised Madonna as a major influence on her work, is the apparent target in the song Two Steps Behind Me, in which Madge sings: "You're a copycat, where is my royalty?," the Sun reports.
Neither track may actually end up on the new album, but the lyrics show that The Queen of pop, who celebrated her 56th birthday earlier this month, has not lost her touch.
After originally finding fame in the '80s with hits like Papa Don't Preach and True Blue, Madonna has gone on to have hits across four decades, establishing herself as one of the biggest musical icons of all time.
Madonna and Richie got married at Skibo Castle in Scotland in December 2000 before divorcing eight years later. They have a son Rocco, 14.
One of the ways Madge manages to stay in  such great shape is by slavishly practising yoga every day.
While on board a yacht in Ibiza recently she demonstrated several moves with a pal – including the spreadeagle.
Madonna was seen wearing a black and white floppy hat, striped black and white top and black yoga pants for the work-out session and her older pal seemed to be having a whale of a time helping her flex.
She was also seen with her daughter Lourdes on the trip and the pair, along with a group of friends, are glad to be taking some time out from their hectic schedules.


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