Instagram does not want to see Madonna's cleavage again2/25/2013
Madonna must write "Start Controversy" on her to-do list every day. Less than seven days after joining Instagram, she got her first warning about posting inappropriate content onto the photo-sharing site. And of course, she followed up by posting a screenshot of the warning the Instagram Cops sent her. "It has come to our attention that your account has violated our Community Guidelines," it said, adding that she shouldn't "share photos that aren't yours" and "don't share photos that show nudity or mature content." She's already violated all three rules, having posted a picture of artist and unibrow pioneer Frida Kahlo, a shot of her cleavage and an unflattering angle of her backside. At 54, that probably qualifies as "mature content." [Source]
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How long before she violates the policy again?