Madonna Wears Black Niqab Veil Because It's 'That Kind of Day'

Monica Simoes

Madonna on stage during the Amnesty International Concert in Brooklyn, New York.

New day, new offensive celebrity costume: For Wednesday's edition, Madonna decided it was a a good day to wear a niqab.

Madge — who's no stranger to dressing up in controversial costumes (from that cone bra she wore during her 1990 Blond Ambition tour to that geisha get-up for her 1998 music video "Nothing Really Matters") — shared a photo of herself on Instagram, where she's seen wearing a traditional Islamic head scarf.

Her reasoning? "It's that kind of day #unapologeticbitch," according to her caption. 

Basically, it's safe to assume that the hashtag is her way of saying she doesn't care what you think about her offensive outfit of the day.

This isn't the first time the Material Girl has worn a Muslim-inspired veil. Last July, she shared an Instagram photo of herself wearing a chain mail mask, with the caption "The Revolution of Love is on... Inshallah."

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