Madonna gets second tattoo of a red ‘X’ on her right wrist

Seven-time Grammy winner Madonna announced on Sunday that she tattooed a red ‘X’ on her right wrist.

The 62-year-old Queen of Pop made sure to unveil her new ink for the viewing pleasure of her captive, combined 43.2M social media followers.

Michigan-born Madge (last name Ciccone) enlisted Proud of You artist Robbie ‘Ra’ Moore, a Koreatown-based handpoke & machine specialist, to permanently brand her.  

‘Power’: Seven-time Grammy winner Madonna announced on Sunday that she tattooed a red ‘X’ on her right wrist

‘Does everyone get really f***ed up when they get tattoos? So they don’t, like, feel anything? Should I drink more wine?’ the self-made superstar nervously asked Robbie.

‘I’m ready, yeah. Do you have a bullet for me to bite down on? Ow, ow, oooooh that hurts. Oh my god, I really don’t like you right now. Even if I complain, don’t feel like you have to stop. I’m used to people hurting me and also I’m also used to being in pain. Why do you need a bigger needle? Everything is coming into focus now.’

When Madonna told her 15-year-old son David Banda that it was going to be ‘blood red’ he replied: ‘Blood red, huh? Because this revolution business is a bloody business.’

The Levitating songstress – who cracked a rare genuine smile during the clip – set her video to the late rapper DMX’s 1999 hit Party Up (Up In Here).     

'Tattoo #2!' The 62-year-old Queen of Pop made sure to unveil her new ink for the viewing pleasure of her captive, combined 43.2M social media followers Madame X indeed! Here is a closer look at her new ink

‘Tattoo #2!’ The 62-year-old Queen of Pop made sure to unveil her new ink for the viewing pleasure of her captive, combined 43.2M social media followers

No pressure! Michigan-born Madge (last name Ciccone) enlisted Proud of You artist Robbie 'Ra' Moore, a Koreatown-based handpoke & machine specialist, to permanently brand her

No pressure! Michigan-born Madge (last name Ciccone) enlisted Proud of You artist Robbie ‘Ra’ Moore, a Koreatown-based handpoke & machine specialist, to permanently brand her

The self-made superstar nervously asked Robbie: 'Does everyone get really f***ed up when they get tattoos? So they don't, like, feel anything? Should I drink more wine?'

The self-made superstar nervously asked Robbie: ‘Does everyone get really f***ed up when they get tattoos? So they don’t, like, feel anything? Should I drink more wine?’

She continued: 'Do you have a bullet for me to bite down on? Ow, ow, oooooh that hurts. Oh my god, I really don't like you right now. Even if I complain, don't feel like you have to stop. I'm used to people hurting me and also I'm also used to being in pain'

She continued: ‘Do you have a bullet for me to bite down on? Ow, ow, oooooh that hurts. Oh my god, I really don’t like you right now. Even if I complain, don’t feel like you have to stop. I’m used to people hurting me and also I’m also used to being in pain’

The three-time Grammy nominee (born Earl Simmons) passed away, age 50, on April 9 a week after suffering a heart attack.

Surprisingly, Madonna got ‘inked for the very first time’ on December 7, which was the first initials of her six children on her left wrist.

That time, it was Shamrock Social Club artist East Iz who did the deed.

The two-time Golden Globe winner is also mother to daughter Lourdes (with trainer Carlos Leon), 24; son Rocco (with ex-husband #2 Guy Ritchie), 20; daughter Mercy, 15; and twin daughters Stella & Estere, 8. 

When Madonna told her 15-year-old son David Banda that it was going to be 'blood red' he replied: 'Blood red, huh? Because this revolution business is a bloody business'

When Madonna told her 15-year-old son David Banda that it was going to be ‘blood red’ he replied: ‘Blood red, huh? Because this revolution business is a bloody business’

Cracked a rare genuine smile during the clip! The Levitating songstress set her video to the late rapper DMX's 1999 hit Party Up (Up In Here)

Cracked a rare genuine smile during the clip! The Levitating songstress set her video to the late rapper DMX’s 1999 hit Party Up (Up In Here)

RIP: The three-time Grammy nominee (born Earl Simmons) passed away, age 50, on April 9 a week after suffering a heart attack (pictured in 2019)

RIP: The three-time Grammy nominee (born Earl Simmons) passed away, age 50, on April 9 a week after suffering a heart attack (pictured in 2019)

On April 9, the Raising Malawi co-founder bought The Weeknd’s seven-bedroom, 13K-square-foot Hidden Hills mansion for $19.3M – according to the New York Post.

Madonna had previously been leasing a $120K/month nine-bedroom, 15K-square-foot Beverly Hills mansion – according to The Dirt.

The I Don’t Search I Find singer has spent the last eight months completing a documentary for her 75-date Madame X Tour, which is said to be for a Netflix special or Blu-ray release. 

The result: The initials, L R D M S E, signify her six children’s first names, in order of age: Lourdes, 24, Rocco, 20, David, 15, Mercy, 14, and Stella and Estere, eight

‘LRDMSE’: Surprisingly, Madonna got ‘inked for the very first time’ on December 7, which was the first initials of her six children on her left wrist 

Thanksgiving family portrait: The two-time Golden Globe winner is also mother to daughter Lourdes (with trainer Carlos Leon), 24; son Rocco (with ex-husband #2 Guy Ritchie), 20; daughter Mercy, 15; and twin daughters Stella & Estere, 8

Thanksgiving family portrait: The two-time Golden Globe winner is also mother to daughter Lourdes (with trainer Carlos Leon), 24; son Rocco (with ex-husband #2 Guy Ritchie), 20; daughter Mercy, 15; and twin daughters Stella & Estere, 8

‘I screened Madame ❌ in a 500-seat theater! Only 12 people were there but it was so GREAT to see it on a big screen!’ Madonna wrote on April 14.

‘Can’t wait to show it to the world! Thank you to everyone who worked so hard these last 7 months on post. (And we still aren’t finished) but I see light at the end of the tunnel.’

The Material Girl’s 11th concert tour was shut down early due to the coronavirus, and she was forced to cancel 14 shows between 2019-2020 due to lingering knee and hip injuries. 

Sound mixing: The Raising Malawi co-founder has spent the last eight months completing a documentary for her 75-date Madame X Tour, which is said to be for a Netflix special or Blu-ray release (pictured April 22)

Sound mixing: The Raising Malawi co-founder has spent the last eight months completing a documentary for her 75-date Madame X Tour, which is said to be for a Netflix special or Blu-ray release (pictured April 22)

Madonna wrote on April 14: 'I screened Madame ❌ in a 500-seat theater! Only 12 people were there but it was so GREAT to see it on a big screen! Can't wait to show it to the world!'

Madonna wrote on April 14: ‘I screened Madame ❌ in a 500-seat theater! Only 12 people were there but it was so GREAT to see it on a big screen! Can’t wait to show it to the world!’

Ready for more truth and dares? The Material Girl's 11th concert tour was shut down early due to the coronavirus, and she was forced to cancel 14 shows between 2019-2020 due to lingering knee and hip injuries (pictured in October 2019)

Ready for more truth and dares? The Material Girl’s 11th concert tour was shut down early due to the coronavirus, and she was forced to cancel 14 shows between 2019-2020 due to lingering knee and hip injuries (pictured in October 2019) 

Madonna practically invented the modern concert film with Alek Keshishian’s 1991 documentary, Truth or Dare, capturing her Blonde Ambition Tour.

The I Rise belter has also co-written a script with Oscar-winning screenwriter Diablo Cody for her self-directed Universal Pictures biopic.

Madonna previously helmed two dismally-reviewed box office bombs – Filth and Wisdom in 2008, and W.E. in 2011.