Madonna is undoubtedly one of the most popular artists in the history of music. With all her fame and glory, did she ever display a dismal “diva-ish” attitude to her fans? Was the Queen of Pop ever disrespectful to people?

Madonna had been known to push the limits and boundaries of music. Her music style and even the way she performs are something people don’t normally see on a regular artist. Just like Michael Jackson, Madonna defied societal limits. Through the years, music critics praised her craft. She’s been known to influence a lot of new music artists in the industry but did her success get the best of her? So much so that one fan decided to file a complaint against her for being tardy.

The class-action suit, filed on Nov. 4 against Madonna in Miami-Dade County, reportedly stemmed from the schedule of her concert. Apparently, Madonna’s concert was initially scheduled at 8:30 p.m. but got pushed to a later time to accommodate her tardiness.

“Madame X Tour,” Madonna’s concert, kicked off last Sept. 2019 and a certain Nate Hollander purchased three tickets for the concert’s Dec. 17, 2019 schedule. The total amount of the tickets was $1,024.95, NBC News reported. According to the suit, Madonna reportedly arrived late in her concerts and to accommodate her unpunctuality, the show was ultimately pushed back to 2 hours later from the original schedule —that included her upcoming show at the Fillmore Miami Beach venue where Hollander bought the tickets for.

The lawsuit further stated that the concert was too late for Hollander to attend to. Some ticket holders will still have to go to work or school the day after the concert which would end at around 1 a.m. He allegedly tried reselling the tickets to no avail; hence, he requested for a refund but Live Nation, promoter of the Madonna’s concert, refused to give his money back.

On Thursday, Madonna was to perform at the Colosseum in Las Vegas at 10:30 p.m. but the Queen of Pop reportedly arrived at 12:30 a.m., Las Vegas Review-Journal reported. In fact, the signs posted at the Park Theater when Lady Gaga hit the same Las Vegas on Saturday, which by the way read “Jazz Sow #32, The Park Theater, 5,400 guests SOLD OUT 8 p.m. ON STAGE,” caused upheaval among spectators.

The sign 8 p.m. allegedly referred the inconsiderate attitude of Madonna, who said, “There’s something that you all need to understand.”

“A queen is never late,” she added.

Apparently, Madonna’s attitude goes all the way back in the '80s. Brigitte Nielsen revealed that Madonna kept stepping on her feet while in the club downtown in 1987. Nielsen said Madonna rude to her which made the now 56-year-old celebrity slap her in the face, Fox News reported.

Nielsen, who did not tolerate Madonna’s diva-ish attitude, reportedly said that her “queen-is-never-late” statement was ridiculous, uncalled for and disrespectful.