Madonna: Don't kiss Drake even if he begs you

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MADONNA has advised her fans against kissing Drake, even if he "begs".

The 56-year-old singer-songwriter recently created controversy when she smooched with the 'Started From the Bottom' rapper at the Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival in California, and has warned fans against following her lead.

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Speaking during an interactive AskAnythingChat video Q&A, Madonna was asked what advice she would give her younger self knowing what she does now, and she replied: "Don't kiss Drake no matter how many times he begs you to."

The Grammy Award-winning star - who was previously married to actor Sean Penn and film director Guy Ritchie - was also asked whether Drake was a good kisser.

She replied, cryptically: "I kissed a girl and I liked it."

Following the incident at Coachella, it was suggested that Drake was unhappy with Madonna's actions, but he subsequently clarified the situation, extending his thanks to the singer.

Writing on Instagram, Drake - who appeared to be caught off guard by Madonna - said: "Don't misinterpret my shock!! I got to make out with the queen Madonna and I feel 100 about that forever. Thank you Madonna."

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