Would Madonna Let Her Kids Try Drugs “In Moderation”? Singer Bares All On ‘The Jonathan Ross Show’

Published: Saturday 28th Feb 2015 by David

Her epic fall wasn’t the only hot topic Madonna addressed on ‘The Jonathan Ross Show’ hours ago.

For, the singer also discussed the numerous references to drugs made on her latest album ‘Rebel Heart’, revealing just how she handles the threat of substance abuse as a mother of teenage children.

Her thoughts below…

She revealed:

I am not a big fan of drugs. They just don’t suit me. The handful of times I have tried drugs, many many many many years ago, I just didn’t enjoy it. I wanted it out of me. I started guzzling bottles of water thinking that was going to end it.

I just ask my daughter Lourdes to make wise decisions and to do things in moderation and to try not to mix her alcohol.

I am not going to say “no, don’t do it” because that is just absurd. And it is not fair. Yeah, I did it.

What do you make of her comments?

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  1. I STAN(D) FOR TALENT February 28, 2015

    Babidi and Jay Z tease. 😆

    • RCi February 28, 2015


    • BeyIsKing February 28, 2015

      You have serious problems….

    • Lana Del Fan *I Can Hear The Sirens* February 28, 2015

      You got my dying over here with babidi rofl

      • Diora Couture March 2, 2015

        WHAT’S “BABIDI”?

  2. LB February 28, 2015

    I don’t think you can use drugs in moderation. I’m no expert on the issue but I think once you’re hooked, you’re hooked, there is no coming back from that.

    Children should be protected from poor decisions, as someone who has tried drugs yourself Madonna, you should know better.

  3. Dance for Kylie (impossible princess) February 28, 2015

    Well you know that’s being open minded teens nowadays do drugs whether you are on their case about it or not she’s just keeping it real and not making such a huge deal like most parent do

    • Janet Xone February 28, 2015

      Responsible parents are not interested in being “open minded.” They’re interested in being responsible. I’m tired of rich people endorsing drugs to people who don’t have the resources or information they do when they need to kick the habit.

    • LB February 28, 2015

      So what? Good parents should be on top of it. Letting kids get away with wrong doing just to be “open minded” or because “they are doing it anyway” is poor parenting.

    • Iggy Longstocking February 28, 2015

      It doesn’t shock me that a Kylie MiNO stan is ok with drugs. You would have to be on them to accept that local career of hers.

  4. Faf February 28, 2015

    One Molly or E Pill can kill you

    • DMoney February 28, 2015

      Say that! Drugs are not a joke. I lost my uncle to drugs and all of the evil that comes with it so I would advise EVERYONE to avoid them at all costs.

  5. Suicide Blonde February 28, 2015

    She’s right, she can’t stop them, when your parents say don’t do that, you just have to do it, more so if you know that your parents did it. I have experienced almost every kind of drugs, not because someone told me to do so but because i wanted to know what drugs makes you feel, i think people who become addicts have no control or they’re just not that smart. I know everyone is different but i still don’t get it, how people get there.

    • LB February 28, 2015

      Nah I disagree with you on that one, drugs are horrible, they destroy communities and destroy lives. There is nothing good that comes from them.

      • Suicide Blonde February 28, 2015

        My point is that not everyone who uses drugs becomes an addict, i always knew that drugs were bad but still wanted to taste it, and i’m smart enough to stop and don’t make that use an habit.

    • Yaass Gaga 91 February 28, 2015

      Look here b****. I didn’t try drugs because my mom told me not to, I avoided them because I knew they were bad for me. Simple as that. Maybe I’;m just a cautious person, but I don’t like to tempt fate and avid dangerous things at all costs.

      That being said, while some of my friends were getting high on drugs I was getting high on chinese takeaway and red velvet cake so I guess addiction comes in different shapes and sizes.

      • Al March 1, 2015

        Well said drugs are danger. Look at my poor Whitney hooked for 22+ years

  6. LB February 28, 2015

    If you tell your kids not to do something and they do it anyway, then you shouldn’t be a parent.

    Parents have to set boundaries and protect their children from poor decisions, especially ones they have made in the past. You draw from your experience and raise your kids so they don’t have to make those poor decisions.

    Something is wrong in the world if parents think they should let their kids do something just because “kids are doing it anyway”, that is just lazy parenting. It is your job to set those boundaries.

    • Suicide Blonde February 28, 2015

      There’s no way to stop a bad kid, we are smarter than our parents. She’s not saying that she will let them do drugs, she’s saying that is just ridiculous to think that they won’t do it, she once was teenager, she knows that kids lie to parents, she’s just being realistic.

      • LB February 28, 2015

        You may not be able to stop a bad kid but you can regulate their behaviour. She has to be the parent and adult here.

        She needs to draw from her experiences to let her kids know just how dangerous playing around with drugs is. People have died and ruined their entire lives from drugs, it is no joke.

        She needs to be a parent.

      • Suicide Blonde February 28, 2015

        Who says she isn’t it, she actually has a reputation of being a very strict mother, she has rised very smart kids, they are good kids.

  7. Anon February 28, 2015

    Only rich and shelteted people are relaxed when it comes to drugs 2bh. Go down to any inner city project and tell the people there that drugs are harmless and see what they say to you.
    I had a relative who was eager to be accepted by the guys he went to school with so he started selling with them. He tried to fit in with them but he wasn’t like them because he was raised well and had a good heart and I think what he was doing began to catch up with him so he began to take the drugs.
    He began to go downhill and my family tried their best to help him, even getting one of my uncles (who is a doctor) to help get him into rehab, but when you do drugs you learn to lie and do things you would never do if you weren’t on them.

    It got so bad he would ask his niece to give him her urine so he would pass the drug tests he had to take. We think he got involved in something dangerous and he killed himself when he was just 24 years old. His friends have all gotten married and have had kids and his mom has to live with the feeling of loss everyday of her life, knowing she only got to spend 24 years with a son she cared so much for.

    So f*** drugs.

  8. AnnaMaeKeatingsNewWig February 28, 2015

    Terrible parenting. And just because someone is able to come off drugs or not get hooked does not make them ‘stronger’ or ‘better’ than the next person. Addiction is a combination of environmental and biological factors, and the majority of people get involved because of social aspects (yes family and friends are major influences). The medical world still have no clue what biological factors influence people to become addicts, so why tempt fate and mess with things you have no comprehension of.

  9. AnnaMaeKeatingsNewWig February 28, 2015

    Madonna is insensitive for this one! Especially with what’s happening to the Houston/Browns, you would think fellow celebrities would be more smart with their words.

  10. Indie February 28, 2015

    She clearly said she is not a fan of drugs, so obviously she would not want her kids to do them thats absurd and even the song Devil Pray is about saying no to drugs, she’s just being a realist, in this generation you would tell your kids i don’t want you to do them but if you do choose to do it then do it in moderation, be safe, almost everyone i know has tried drugs, and clearly she has a close relationship with her children

    • Suicide Blonde February 28, 2015

      Thank you, her kids are very smart, especially Lola, i met them at her concerts, they talk to us fans, Guy too (Manager), they are very aware of what people think of her, they are just like their mother, very strong young people.

      • Mdna February 28, 2015

        Nothing smart about drugs boo boo

      • Suicide Blonde February 28, 2015

        But her kids are not into drugs just like their mother, she just answered a question, people just want to make Madonna the worst thing.

  11. gina February 28, 2015

    With a mother like that, I’m surprised they’re not already on drugs,

  12. Naomi February 28, 2015

    Lol! Whats absurd about saying ‘no don’t do it’ Thats better than giving an advice on what not to mix it with. You shouldn’t be doing it PERIOD. You can say ‘no’ but in so many words if you maintain good communication with your child. Stupid ass logic Madonna.

  13. Stephy. February 28, 2015

    @Suicide Blonde, you smoked CRACK before?

    • Suicide Blonde February 28, 2015

      Lol, why do you ask me that?

      • Stephy. February 28, 2015


  14. February 28, 2015

    i don’t know, but like under age s** alot of kids is doing it are going to do it. so you just have to be tell them over and over again to use protection,so she saying using drugs in moderation isn’t all that far off to me. just like a smoker some abuse it and some smoke from time to time.but at the end of the day i think she wouldn’t want any kid to use drugs period. anyways glad she Madonna didn’t hurt her self from that cape that drag her down.

  15. Kim February 28, 2015

    Post the full interview. This is taken out of context and misleading Samantha!

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