Emma Gonzalez, 19, is one of the vocal survivors of the Parkland, Florida school shooting and she has recently gone public on her disdain for Madonna’s new video that attempts to address gun violence, according to The Hill. In an effort to shine a spotlight on gun violence in America, Madonna released an eight-minute music video that shows clubgoers being a target of a gunman in a mass shooting.
“Madonna’s new video for her song #GodControl was f**ked up, it was horrible,” tweeted Gonzalez to her 1.6 million followers. “She should have sent out a message warning what her new video contained, ESPECIALLY to the Pulse Victims, ESPECIALLY as it was released just after the anniversary on June 12th,” she continued. Her tweet continued to explain why she felt Madonna’s video was not the correct way to talk about gun violence. Madonna did not respond to the comments, but on the release of her video she did state that she hoped her video would “inspire viewers to be moved and to see that no one is safe.”