Madonna, 63, shows off her VERY smooth face at the Davis vs Romero fight with her David Banda, 16

Madonna looked very smooth-faced as she attended the Davis vs Romero fight event for the WBA World Lightweight Championship at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Saturday.

The singer, 63, hid her eyes behind a pair of pink sunglasses and wore a black Balenciaga jacket to fight.

She accessorized with several silver necklaces, and styled her blonde braids poker straight.

Youthful: Madonna looked very smooth-faced as she attended the Davis vs Romero fight event for the WBA World Lightweight Championship at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Saturday

The hitmaker was accompanied by her 16-year-old son David Banda, who cut a stylish figure in a red v-neck top.

Madonna’s outing comes as she was banned from going live on Instagram after continuously breaking the app’s rules with her nude posts, last week.

The singer expressed her outrage after discovering she was unable to broadcast live to her 18 million followers for ‘going against Community Guidelines’ on the app, with a later message reminding users not to ‘spam’ or ‘post nudity’.

Stylish: The singer, 63, hid her eyes behind a pair of pink sunglasses and wore a black Balenciaga jacket to the fight

Stylish: The singer, 63, hid her eyes behind a pair of pink sunglasses and wore a black Balenciaga jacket to the fight

Stunning: She accessorized with several silver necklaces, and styled her blonde braids poker straight

Stunning: She accessorized with several silver necklaces, and styled her blonde braids poker straight

Mother and son: The hitmaker was accompanied by her 16-year-old son David Banda, who cut a stylish figure in a red v-neck top

Mother and son: The hitmaker was accompanied by her 16-year-old son David Banda, who cut a stylish figure in a red v-neck top

Sharing a video of the moment she learned that she had been blocked, Madonna declared ‘I’ve never worn so many clothes in my life’, although she has previously had risque content removed by the app.

She captioned the clip: ‘Not Us !!!! violation of community guidelines ‘.’

In a video on her Stories, Madonna questioned if her post on NFT videos last week could be blamed, as they featured graphic digital scans of her own vagina, as well as naked depictions of herself giving birth to trees, butterflies, and robotic centipedes.

Oh dear: Madonna's outing comes as she was banned from going live on Instagram after continuously breaking the app's rules with her nude posts, last week

Oh dear: Madonna’s outing comes as she was banned from going live on Instagram after continuously breaking the app’s rules with her nude posts, last week

After saying she was ‘speechless’, Madonna mused: ‘It’s weird, they’re really mysterious about why, they’re not giving me a reason. It’s like a bureaucracy inside a computer.

‘I haven’t done anything lately, nothing crazy this week anyways … it may be a delayed reaction from my NFTs last week.

‘I’m sorry to let everyone down, I was looking forward to this. I pledge allegiance to the censorship people. ‘

Madonna was subject to online ridicule after she shared her graphic NFT videos on her social media platforms.

Banned: The singer expressed her outrage after discovering she was unable to broadcast live to her 18 million followers for 'going against Community Guidelines' on the app, with a later message reminding users not to 'spam' or 'post nudity'

Banned: The singer expressed her outrage after discovering she was unable to broadcast live to her 18 million followers for ‘going against Community Guidelines’ on the app, with a later message reminding users not to ‘spam’ or ‘post nudity’

Madonna teamed up with digital artist, graphic designer, and animator Beeple (whose real name is Michael Joseph Winkelmann) to make the three NFT videos – also known as non-fungible tokens – which leave very little to imagination.

Among the most graphic aspects of the clips are the close-up shots of the Like a Virgin singer’s vagina, which were created using scans of the singer’s own genitals – and which sparked the most controversy and outrage on social media.

The videos cannot be seen on her Instagram page currently, but it is unclear if they were removed by herself or Instagram.

Outraged: Sharing a video of the moment she learned that she had been blocked, Madonna declared 'I've never worn so many clothes in my life', although she has previously had risque content removed by the app

Outraged: Sharing a video of the moment she learned that she had been blocked, Madonna declared ‘I’ve never worn so many clothes in my life’, although she has previously had risque content removed by the app

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