Fans paid up to $300 to see the Material Girl on her M.D.N.A tour but were left disappointed after she sang for just half an hour, spending the rest of the time talking politics.
Madge apologised to French far right-wing politician Marine Le Pen for depicting the National Front leader with a swastika across her forehead during a video montage that features as part of her M.D.NA show.
After the image of Le Pen pops up, Madonna's face appears with a Hitler-esque moustache.
The party said last week it was planning to sue Madonna for associating Le Pen with Nazis.
"I know that I have made a certain Marine Le Pen very angry with me. It’s not my intention to make enemies," Madge told her French audience at the show last week.
The 54-year-old went on to praise France for its tolerance towards minorities and "people of colour" before comparing herself to revolutionary French leader Napoleon Bonaparte.
"I think of myself as a revolutionary," she said.
Concert-goers didn’t appear to appreciate Madge's political speech.
"The show was OK but it only lasted 45 minutes and she spent 15 minutes of that wittering about politics and tolerance," said one fan.
"We didn’t come to hear that. It was a concert, not the United Nations."
Madonna's M.D.N.A tour has been plagued with controversy.
The singer was slammed for holding a gun to her head onstage just hours after the tragic 'Batman' shooting in Colorado .
In June she mooned her audience in Rome and flashed a nipple during a concert in Istanbul .
In fact it seems as though Madge has attracted more attention for creating controversy than actually singing. Is this an album tour or one big publicity tour?
Check out Madge's angry French fan club in the clip above.