DENVER - Madonna once again angered some fans in Colorado last night.
"Walked out of @Madonna! Too Satanic for me and opening song in Denver about murder ! Really! Go away @Madonna," tweeted Hollie Houghtaling during the concert last night.
"Ten minutes into Madonna show, she's already pissed off Catholics and used AK-47's on the crowd, all while wearing mom jeans!!!," tweeted Fox Sports Radio host Peter Burns.
Madonna performed at the Pepsi Center in Denver on Thursday night.
She admits there is a lot of violence in the beginning of the show.
"My show Is a journey. The journey of a soul from darkness to light," Madonna said in a statement on her website. "It's true there is a lot of violence in the beginning of the show and sometimes the use of fake guns - but they are used as metaphors. Rather they are symbols of wanting to appear strong and wanting to find a way to stop feelings that I find hurtful or damaging."
The concert's props came into question in July. Just hours after the deadly shooting at the Aurora movie theater, Madonna brought multiple gun props on stage at a concert in Edinburgh, Scotland.
"Madonna and her dancers using replica guns was always in bad taste but given what happened in Colorado it is even worse. She should know better," Mothers Against Guns told the Daily News after the July concert.
A video posted on YouTube shows Madonna and others performing on stage with guns. The video said it was from the Denver concert Thursday night.
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