Her latest exploits, this time in Murrayfield, Scotland, come on the heels of the devastating massacre in a movie theater in Colorado Friday.
Despite requests from Scottish police to remove from her show the prop machine gun and pistols she and her dancers use, Madonna kept the dummy weapons in place.
Cops won't take action against the singer for refusing to change her choreography, but critics are none too happy.
"Madonna and her dancers using replica guns was always in bad taste but given what happened in Colorado it is even worse," said a spokeswoman for Mothers Against Guns, in an interview with a local paper. "She should know better."
A Scottish official also criticized Madonna's decision.
“It’s crass and insensitive and with Scotland’s own gun tragedy at Dunblane she should have known better,” said Scottish Labour's Graeme Pearson, a member of Holyrood's Justice Committee.