It looks like the Material Girl needs to wear more material on Instagram.
At least, that's what the popular photo sharing site is saying in a warning letter to the superstar. Madonna, 54, joined Instagram four months ago.
You can read the letter here.
The site took issue with photos Madonna posted of her cleavage and derriere. In the letter, it says she has "violated community guidelines," one of which includes, "Don't share photos that show nudity or mature content."
And if she doesn't take them down? The site is threatening to boot her without warning. As of this writing, the photos are still up. Check out her Instagram photos here.
Do you think the photos are too racy for Instagram? Should Instagram boot her?
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