The Emmy Award-winning actress wrote a heartfelt note to the iconic pop star on Thursday in response to newly surfaced letters in which Madonna allegedly calls Stone and Whitney Houston "horribly mediocre" while expressing frustration over her own career. "Therefore; I publish publicly", the 59-year-old actress stated. Somewhat amusingly, Madonna ends the letter by breaking up with her beau - making it, quite possibly, the most dramatic Dear John letter of all time. I have wished to be a rock star in some private moments... have felt as mediocre as you described.
She continued: "We know, as only those who have survived so long that owning our own mediocrity is the only way to own our own strengths; to become all that we both have become".
"It's so unequivically [sic] frustrating to read that Whitney Houston has the music career I wish I had and Sharon Stone has the film career I'll never have", she wrote.
"Everything I do is so original and unique and I put so much of myself into it like my book and record and it's only brought me heartache and pain", she wrote.
"I love and adore you; won't be pitted against you by any invasion of our personal journeys".
"I don't think I can play the game to be accepted", she added.
Madonna even went on to suggest that perhaps she was "born in the wrong place and time and probably the wrong sex!". I have to regain my sense of power and my joy for living'.
The "Like a Virgin" singer's former art curator Darlene Lutz, whom she sued in 2005 for breach of contract, provided online auction site GottaHaveRockAndRoll.com with the letter.
The letter, which is poised to go under the hammer next week, is expected to sell for between $3,000 and $5,000, according to the New York Post newspaper.