Frightened by illness Madonna wrote a will after hospitalization: it became known what the 64-year-old singer wants after her death
American singer Madonna, who was recently found unconscious in her mansion and urgently hospitalized in intensive care, has written a will. According to insiders, she decided to bequeath the rights to the songs to her children, as well as to thank her manager.
Moreover, the star has set some strict rules about her holograms after her death. This was reported by journalists of The Sun (to see the photo, scroll to the end of the page).
Madonna has allegedly divided the song rights equally between her 6 children. She also wants to bequeath a certain portion to her manager Guy Oseary in gratitude for being by her side through good and bad times.
The rights to Madonna's hits can bring tens of thousands of dollars to those to whom they belong, say journalists. The star has divided the material legacy and money equally among family members.
A separate item concerned her will regarding holograms at concerts. This technique is not too common yet, but just in case, the artist decided to strictly forbid such manipulations.
"Madonna refuses to allow money-hungry bosses to do this to her. She has spent her entire life trying to maintain cultural relevance. There is no way she will allow all her hard work to be tarnished," the anonymous comment reads.
Recall that at the end of June this year Madonna lost consciousness and was hospitalized in New York because of a bacterial infection. However, some tabloids suggested that the cause could be a drug overdose.
Later, the details of Madonna's well-being became known. Insiders revealed that she is bedridden, experiencing constant feelings of nausea and weakness. They added that "the disease continues to destroy the body" of the singer.
As OBOZREVATEL wrote, the star for the first time got in touch and showed how the disease has changed her.