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Madison Beer shows off her sleek figure in luxe grounds in her native Long Island, New York

Madison Beer is making the most of her summer.

The 21-year-old singer, via Instagram on Tuesday, shared a shot snapped on lush grounds in her native Long Island, New York, captioning the glamorous summer shot ‘honey i’m home’ with an accompanying emoji of a leopard.

Beer donned a dark vest over a white top, flaunting her sleek midriff with a floral skirt with white socks.

In the summertime: Madison Beer is making the most of her summer. The 21-year-old singer, via Instagram on Tuesday, shared a shot snapped on lush grounds in her native Long Island

In the summertime: Madison Beer is making the most of her summer. The 21-year-old singer, via Instagram on Tuesday, shared a shot snapped on lush grounds in her native Long Island 

The Unbreakable artist had her brown locks down as she posed with her arms on her hips amid a luxurious area decked out with a pool centered near a flowerbed, trees and fence.

The Hurts Like Hell vocalist later posted a shot of the cloudy skies, writing: ‘hey truman let’s go sailing.’

It’s been an eventful month for Beer – as she’s dealt with a number of controversies with poise and grace – as she continues as one of social media’s foremost influencers with 19.4 million followers.

Earlier this month, the Good in Goodbye artist was slammed on social media after she said in an Instagram Live stream that she romanticized the 1955 Vladimir Nabokov novel Lolita, which is the story of a middle-aged man’s relationship with a 12-year-old girl. 

Luxe life: The Unbreakable artist had her brown locks down as she posed with her arms on her hips amid a luxurious area decked out with a pool centered near a flowerbed, trees and fence

Luxe life: The Unbreakable artist had her brown locks down as she posed with her arms on her hips amid a luxurious area decked out with a pool centered near a flowerbed, trees and fence

The Hurts Like Hell vocalist later posted a shot of the cloudy skies, writing: 'hey truman let¿s go sailing'

The Hurts Like Hell vocalist later posted a shot of the cloudy skies, writing: ‘hey truman let’s go sailing’

Focused: It's been an eventful month for Beer as she's dealt with a number of controversies with poise and grace as she continues to be one of social media's foremost influencers with her 19.4 million followers

Focused: It’s been an eventful month for Beer as she’s dealt with a number of controversies with poise and grace as she continues to be one of social media’s foremost influencers with her 19.4 million followers








Asked on the stream if she romanticizes the infamous book, she said, ‘I definitely do; but we’re not going to talk about that.’ 

She apologized amid a #MadisonBeerIsOverParty hashtag circulating on Twitter, explaining her initial comments in tweets she’d later delete.

‘I said I romanticize it because to me it’s about a taboo relationship, not about the age,’ she said. ‘That’s just how it reads to me. The movie has a much different take and I just liked the storyline. I’d never condone pedophilia y’all… it’s a fake story and a made-up book.’

Beer pointed to a misunderstanding, claiming she had a similar stance toward the character Hannibal Lecter because he’s a fictional character and hasn’t actually killed a person.

‘I also have said I romanticize Hannibal [Lecter,] who plays a killer in a film. He’s a character in a film and that’s not real. I don’t romanticize KILLERS in real life. It’s a fake made up thing.’

After defending herself, she apologized to her fans, saying she ‘misspoke and would never condone [inappropriate] relationships of any kind.’








Price of fame: Beer has contended with a number of controversies this month

Price of fame: Beer has contended with a number of controversies this month

She added: ‘I’m sincerely sorry for it seeming like i do. let me make it clear – i do not. have a good night.’

Beer also caught flak earlier this month after she was accused of staging protest photos atop a vehicle when she attended a Black Lives Matter protest in Los Angeles.

The singer stood up for herself, saying on social media she was ‘out here for one reason only,’ to protest against racism and police brutality, and would not ‘allow [the story] to be spun into something it never was.’

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