Posting a grumpy selfie on Twitter and Facebook, Madonna wrote: "When you've been arguing with fed-ex all week that you really are Madonna and they still won't release your package."
The post instantly went viral, with over 12,000 retweets and over 1,400 shares on Facebook.
On Instagram, where the photo has been liked over 1.3 lakh times in 21 hours, Madonna helpfully added these hashtags: #b****please #restingb****face #b****immadonna
FedEx finally reached out to the singer on Twitter with a peculiarly generic message:
Hi, this is Julie. I would like to help. Please DM your delivery address, tracking & phone numbers. https://t.co/7vnSkvqx3r— FedEx Help (@FedExHelp) September 5, 2017
The exchange had many laughing out loud:
Julie about to rock up at Madonna's house like pic.twitter.com/AUzIEseYI4— Hanna Flint (@HannaFlint) September 5, 2017
Look it up Julie .... pic.twitter.com/6plXAqaxaF— JamieDornanWorld (@JamieD_SonOfJim) September 5, 2017
Julie please remember memes based around recent album campaigns are not a valid form of ID— Peter Robinson (@Popjustice) September 5, 2017
Julie. . . pic.twitter.com/4ObAWqn9Zi— Natalie Ayala (@nizzlebabyxoxo) September 6, 2017
But mostly, Twitter was amazed that Madonna even had to deal with such a bizarre problem:
This is the oddest 'relatable' tweet I've ever seen— Roland Scahill (@rolandscahill) September 5, 2017
RELEASE THE PACKAGE @FedEx— Javier E. David (@TeflonGeek) September 5, 2017
The Struggle is Real! pic.twitter.com/ylehVacrtd— (@blurboi) September 5, 2017
FedEx be like: pic.twitter.com/IiGjim1aQO— Dex (@DexterUnited) September 5, 2017
It's a tough world out there. Hang in there, Madonna.— Kim Chi (@KimChi_Chic) September 6, 2017
Turns out, there may actually be such a thing as being too famous.
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