Madonna Shares Raunchy Kiss With Rapper And Songwriter Jozzy

At the Grammy Awards on Sunday night, Madonna disregarded comments on her appearance and thoroughly enjoyed herself.

The 64-year-old musical icon posted a compilation of her backstage activities at the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, where she celebrated with Sam Smith and Cardi B.

Her video featured footage of the star passionately kissing rapper and songwriter Jozzy during the lively evening.

It was a momentous evening for Memphis native Jozzy, who attended the Grammys to mark her two Album of the Year nominations for her contributions to the songwriting teams of Beyoncé's "Renaissance" and Mary J. Blige's "Good Morning Gorgeous (Deluxe)."

In Madonna's video, Jozzy, who identifies as queer, is shown engaging in a passionate kiss with the superstar as they partied post-ceremony.

Jozzy is a prominent figure in the songwriting industry, starting her career writing for Timbaland and Missy Elliott and also collaborating with Fergie and Lil Wayne.

Jozzy co-wrote Billy Ray Cyrus' verse in Lil Nas X's historic hit "Old Town Road."

Jozzy was the inaugural signing for Diddy's Love Records, an R&B label.

Recently, Jozzy has been working in the studio with Madonna following their collaboration on Madonna's 2019 album "Madame X."

Madonna used her Grammys video to address criticism of her appearance at the awards show and spoke out against ageism and misogyny.

The 64-year-old music icon defiantly shared the video of her Grammy Awards experience.

Her accompanying caption addressed the comments regarding her allegedly "unrecognizable" appearance during the Sunday broadcast, which has been a hot topic on social media for the past two days.

Madonna explained that it was the close-up shot taken with a long lens camera that distorted her face, making it appear rounder and puffier than in reality.

She identified the issue, stating that: "Once again I am caught in the glare of ageism and misogyny That permeates the world we live in."

In her extensive caption, Madonna referred to it as an "honor" to present Kim Petras - the first openly transgender individual to win a Grammy - and Sam Smith, who received the award in a duo and became the first openly non-binary artist to win in the Best Pop Duo/Group Collaboration category.

She mentioned that she chose to introduce Petras instead of presenting for the highly sought after Album of the Year award, as she believed the former moment was more significant and suitable for Petras' pioneering status.

However, Madonna expressed frustration with the fact that people disregarded her words and instead centered their attention on her appearance.

"Instead of focusing on what I said in my speech which was about giving thanks for the fearlessness of artists like Sam and Kim- Many people chose to only talk about Close-up photos of me Taken with a long lens camera By a press photographer that Would distort anyone's face!!" she said.

"Once again I am caught in the glare of ageism and misogyny That permeates the world we live in."

Madonna complained that she lived in a "world that refuses to celebrate women pass the age of 45 And feels the need to punish her If she continues to be strong willed, hard-working and adventurous [sic]."

She added, stating that she had no intention of apologizing for: "any of the creative choices I have made nor the way that I look or dress and I'm not going to start."

The "Like A Prayer" singer stated that she has felt degraded since her early days of fame, "I understand that this is all a test and I am happy to do the trailblazing so that all the women behind me can have an easier time in the years to come."

She then repeated a line from Beyoncé's hit single: "You won't break my soul."

Madonna ended her caption with a defiant tone.

"I look forward to many more years of subversive behavior -pushing boundaries-Standing up to the patriarchy -and Most of all enjoying my life,' she declared. 'Bow down b****es!"