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Madonna’s 13-Year-Old Son is a Booze Hound Already

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Is the phrase “booze hound” used by anyone anymore? Probably not, but let’s go with it. Madonna’s 13-year-old son Rocco (WHEN DID HE GET TO BE A TEENAGER? Christ, time flies!) was photographed holding a bottle of what looks to be Bombay Sapphire and it’s causing all kinds of stir. That’s him up there in the center. The whole thing is, he didn’t get papped or photos weren’t leaked by some money-grubbing “friend”. Instead, Madonna herself posted the photo to her Instagram page, leading parents and non-parents with a working brain to go, “EH?”

She captioned the photo: “The party has just begun! Bring it! 2014″. That’s nice and all, but the party shoulda long been over for your adolescent child who seems to be modeling himself on Justin Bieber. In fact, it never should have begun. He’s a CHILD. I know she’s Madonna and probably really wants to seem like a “cool mom”, but come on.

Of course, since people were freaking out in the comments and in the press, Madonna has since responded to public outrage, saying, “No-one was drinking we were just having fun! Calm down and get a sense of humor! Don’t start the year off with judgement!”

HAHA!! Yes, it’s so funny when I let my 13-year-old child hold alcohol, knowing he’s the child of a famous person with the money and access to substances he has no business around and probably uses all the time when you’re not supervising him! Never mind your own struggles with drugs and alcohol in the past, it’s just a joke!! LOL!!!!

Give me a break.

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  • I highly doubt a 13 year old would be drinking Bombay Sapphire gin. It’s got quite a unique taste and would be terrible when used with most mixers.

    The vodka the other two are holding are another story.

  • If she were still an American citizen, CPS would come after her for this photo. If she were some middle class Mother posting this stuff – she would likely lose custody of her child. Maybe she’s flaunting that she can do whatever she likes while us “little people” must play by the rules.

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