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I think what Janet referred here was the Sex book; as she felt that her career & music had more class up to that point. She didn't execute her words properly to respond to the interviewer.

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LMFAO Janet went tf in ari7

also I’m dying @ Madonna saying "I don’t know anyone she knows" when she was literally friends with Janet’s brother jj2 

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Didn't she say that and one year after Erotica she released an explicit album too? lol3 Anyways, the class in question:

 

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No. Janet's shade reminds me of when Jessica Simpson shaded britney and xtina by saying she wanted to stand out from those two by not taking off her clothes like them, but then years later we got that bikini/carwash video. brit15 

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If Madonna has "no class" then neither does Janet. They both sing about the same thing. In fact, Janet's music is more sexual than Madonna in some cases. I've yet to hear a Madonna song as explicit as this

 

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I always found this shade so uncalled for and the fact that the GP bought into it so easily was dumb.

Madonna was so busy getting dragged for the SEX book, that people didn't realize that Erotica as an album wasn't that explicit. In fact the most explicit song on there wasn't Madonna's doing but instead her producers rapping. (Otherwise it's tie between the title track and Where Life Begins). This isn't to say that Madonna's music is pure or some shit, absolutely not. But it's more about her attitude towards sex and using those themes so frankly that gets her (unfairly) dragged.

Meanwhile, starting with janet., Janet was far more focused on sex than Madonna was and for some reason this brought her career to new heights? And that was only just the beginning because she only got more and more explicit lyrically and thematically. It's ironic that the Superbowl incident is what really got her cancelled.

 

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1 hour ago, Strobo said:

I always found this shade so uncalled for and the fact that the GP bought into it so easily was dumb.

Madonna was so busy getting dragged for the SEX book, that people didn't realize that Erotica as an album wasn't that explicit. In fact the most explicit song on there wasn't Madonna's doing but instead her producers rapping. (Otherwise it's tie between the title track and Where Life Begins). This isn't to say that Madonna's music is pure or some shit, absolutely not. But it's more about her attitude towards sex and using those themes so frankly that gets her (unfairly) dragged.

Meanwhile, starting with janet., Janet was far more focused on sex than Madonna was and for some reason this brought her career to new heights? And that was only just the beginning because she only got more and more explicit lyrically and thematically. It's ironic that the Superbowl incident is what really got her cancelled.

 

Yup. Erotica is more specifically about the tragedies of sex and relationships (HIV, using sex as escapism, heartbreaks). Its not really explicit. Great post.  

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Not really, i mean Janet never went nude in a porn book before but, even tho i like Janet it was still hypocritical to judge Madonna for selling sex when she did the same thing in the Janet. era, just less extreme. 

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4 hours ago, Strobo said:

I always found this shade so uncalled for and the fact that the GP bought into it so easily was dumb.

Madonna was so busy getting dragged for the SEX book, that people didn't realize that Erotica as an album wasn't that explicit. In fact the most explicit song on there wasn't Madonna's doing but instead her producers rapping. (Otherwise it's tie between the title track and Where Life Begins). This isn't to say that Madonna's music is pure or some shit, absolutely not. But it's more about her attitude towards sex and using those themes so frankly that gets her (unfairly) dragged.

Meanwhile, starting with janet., Janet was far more focused on sex than Madonna was and for some reason this brought her career to new heights? And that was only just the beginning because she only got more and more explicit lyrically and thematically. It's ironic that the Superbowl incident is what really got her cancelled.

 

Because Americans are puritans - they see word “sex” and they freak out gag1 

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4 hours ago, Strobo said:

I always found this shade so uncalled for and the fact that the GP bought into it so easily was dumb.

Madonna was so busy getting dragged for the SEX book, that people didn't realize that Erotica as an album wasn't that explicit. In fact the most explicit song on there wasn't Madonna's doing but instead her producers rapping. (Otherwise it's tie between the title track and Where Life Begins). This isn't to say that Madonna's music is pure or some shit, absolutely not. But it's more about her attitude towards sex and using those themes so frankly that gets her (unfairly) dragged.

Meanwhile, starting with janet., Janet was far more focused on sex than Madonna was and for some reason this brought her career to new heights? And that was only just the beginning because she only got more and more explicit lyrically and thematically. It's ironic that the Superbowl incident is what really got her cancelled.

 

The GP will always believe anything that's against Madonna cuz Madonna always have to get judged 5x times than everyone else. lol3

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It kills me that stans still drag this tired "feud" out when they both moved on well over 20 years ago. 

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