"Do you need a coronavirus test? Being rich and famous can help, ”he noted The New York Times. “Because of a lack of testing, sick people and healthcare workers in the United States have had no answers. However, the list of prominent patients grows daily and raises questions about privileged access. ”This is one reason why Madonna's followers were not enthusiastic about her video. "Stop talking nonsense - rich celebrities are not in the same boat as normal people because their chances of survival are much higher due to extreme wealth." A Twitter user wrote. "Please wake up - we are not 'all together', maybe in utopia - but not [in real life]. " Stop talking nonsense - rich celebrities are not in the same boat as normal people because their chances of survival are much higher due to extreme wealth. Please wake up - we are not all together - maybe in utopia - but not irl - Namalee Bolle (@namalee) March 23, 2020 "I'm so glad you could waste milk on a bath while I had to wait in line for an hour to get milk for my toddler. So no, this pandemic did not equate us. ”Someone else tweeted. Another person called Madonna out for what she could do, "[I] It is embarrassing that you haven't donated a penny to help when business and life fall apart. You are like the third richest woman in Europe. Stop spending thousands on rose petal baths and drop $ on help now! " Admittedly, Madonna may not have spent as much to take a bath in her tub, but she may want to post more than just Instagram videos at a time of need if she wants to win someone over.