Parkland shooting survivor Emma González, 19, slams Madonna's God Control video

Parkland shooting survivor Emma Gonzalez has slammed Madonna for her graphic 'God Control' video that showed partygoers, including herself, being gunned down inside a club. 

'So I’ve been ruminating on this thread for the past few days, make sure I get the words right,' Gonzalez, who survived the February 2018 massacre at Majory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, tweeted on Saturday.

'Madonna’s new video for her song #GodControl was f**ked up, it was horrible,' the 19-year-old added. 

In a follow-up tweet, Gonzalez said that the singer 'should have sent out a message warning what her new video contained, ESPECIALLY to the Pulse Victims, ESPECIALLY as it was released Just After the Anniversary on June 12th'.

Parkland shooting survivor Emma Gonzalez

Madonna

Parkland shooting survivor Emma Gonzalez (left) has slammed Madonna (right, on Sunday) for her graphic 'God Control' video that showed partygoers, including herself, being gunned down inside a club

'So I’ve been ruminating on this thread for the past few days, make sure I get the words right,' Gonzalez, who survived the February 2018 massacre at Majory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, tweeted on Saturday

'So I’ve been ruminating on this thread for the past few days, make sure I get the words right,' Gonzalez, who survived the February 2018 massacre at Majory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, tweeted on Saturday

In a follow-up tweet, Gonzalez said that the singer 'should have sent out a message warning what her new video contained, ESPECIALLY to the Pulse Victims, ESPECIALLY as it was released Just After the Anniversary on June 12th'

In a follow-up tweet, Gonzalez said that the singer 'should have sent out a message warning what her new video contained, ESPECIALLY to the Pulse Victims, ESPECIALLY as it was released Just After the Anniversary on June 12th'

But as other viewers pointed out, Madonna's team placed a disclaimer at the beginning of the video to warn people about the 'graphic scenes of gun violence'. 

Some Twitter users also praised the video, saying that Madonna is clearly in support of gun control.  

However, Gonzalez later tweeted that Madonna's music video is 'NOT the correct way to talk about gun violence, unlike how many fans have been exclaiming'.

'People who have been working in the GVP community know how to talk about gun violence, not most celebrities.'

Gonzalez also urged Twitter users to tag any photos of the video as 'triggering'.

In the video, which features a graphic mass shooting in a nightclub scenario designed to evoke the Pulse massacre, men and women are seen all over the nightclub floor suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. 

But as other viewers pointed out, Madonna's (pictured in a scene from the video) team placed a disclaimer at the beginning of the video to warn people about the 'graphic scenes of gun violence'

But as other viewers pointed out, Madonna's (pictured in a scene from the video) team placed a disclaimer at the beginning of the video to warn people about the 'graphic scenes of gun violence'

In the video, which features a graphic mass shooting in a nightclub scenario designed to evoke the Pulse massacre, men and women, including Madonna (pictured) are seen all over the nightclub floor suffering from multiple gunshot wounds

In the video, which features a graphic mass shooting in a nightclub scenario

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