Madonna makes out with rapper Tokischa at NYC Pride concert

Madonna is at it again.

The pop icon celebrated Pride Month with a saucy concert at Terminal 5 in New York City on Thursday night that included a slew of drag queens and a smooch with Dominican rapper Tokischa.

The scene was, of course, reminiscent of Madonna’s infamous kiss with Britney Spears during their performance at the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards.

The Queen of Pop, 63, and Tokischa, 26, shared the stage for a remix of Madge’s 2005 hit “Hung Up” and then began to gyrate until the makeout session became inevitable.

The “Linda” rapper then knelt down and put her face in Madonna’s crotch, prompting the “Vogue” singer to quip, “It’s a tough job, but somebody has to do it,” Billboard reported.

Tokischa is an outspoken performer who, according to Rolling Stone, has become a symbol for “sexual freedom, queer desire and radical feminism”. At the same time, her shows are “liberated, raucous spaces where people let their freakiest freak flag fly.”

‘I’m very crude with my lyrics, and everything that I’m expressing is very, very, very real. People identify with all of it,” she told the music mag.

Madonna was also joined on stage by newcomer Saucy Santana, who assisted the music legend during a mash-up of his viral track “Material Girl” and her 1984 song of the same name.

To celebrate Pride, the “Holiday” singer was joined on stage by some superstar drag queens including “RuPaul’s Drag Race” champ Bob the Drag Queen as well as Pixie Ventura and Violet Chachki, who performed “Justify My Love.”

Before she left the stage, Madonna was joined by all of her guests including her son David Banda, 16, for the title track from her 2009 greatest hits compilation, “Celebration.”

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