Madonna can now be added to the list of people who have been censored on social media.

The 61-year-old pop icon recently shared a video on Instagram that featured Trump-endorsed Houston doctor Stella Immanuel. While simply posting a video is not against any of the platforms community guidelines, the information in the video, along with the singer's added caption, apparently is.

In the caption of the since-deleted post, Madonna "incorrectly claimed that a COVID-19 vaccine has been 'proven and has been available for months,'" as reported by The Daily Beast. Madonna is reported to have written alongside the post, "They would rather let fear control them and let the rich get richer and the poor and sick get sicker. This woman is my hero — thank you Stella Immanuel."

Immanuel is a controversial pediatrician and minister who has made a slew of claims including that "gynecological problems like cysts and endometriosis are in fact caused by people having sex in their dreams with demons and witches." She claims that these real-life health issues stem from "the demonic sperm after demon dream sex."

President Trump recently came under fire for retweeting the same video which saw Immanuel claiming that face masks don't stop the spread of the novel coronavirus and that hydroxychloroquine is a cure. He had deemed the clip a "must watch" before its removal from his Twitter page.

According to The New York Post, the video has been removed from multiple platforms including Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube.

Madonna is pictured. GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA/Jason Merritt