Okay, but this is like a spiral of logic and not a straight line if you can see what I mean. At the center of the spiral is Madonna in Paris singing one of her songs, that I happen to like from a period where she was really approaching her peak in my opinion, but that doesn't matter. At the center of this is Madonna. Then Morrissey becomes aware of it. He makes a comment about it onstage. Then it's posted on TTY. Then it's posted here. Now it starts to spiral. It's only superficially about Madonna now, but we still all say what we think of Madonna, and what we think of Morrissey, and what we think of Morrissey's comment on Madonna. This is still...sort of relevant... sort of, but this isn't Madonna's website and we're not in "other music." We're not really here to talk about Madonna. The relevant thing is not Madonna's performance, but Morrissey's reaction to it. It could be Tina Turner, Thom Yorke, and the Captain and Tenille, singing Elton John's "Candle In The Wind" in French and it wouldn't be any more or less on topic. It would still be about what Morrissey said about it.
So. guess what, he didn't like it. That was a plot twist no one saw coming! Who knew? So a couple of people made some comments about Morrissey. Brummie Boy posted the comment Morrissey made about Madonna's son, which, really... That was a horrible comment, and he should probably give Madonna a rest for a couple of decades, particularly because it came across as racist. I know that's a shock, too. Come on.
So now it's people talking about Morrissey talking about Madonna. Then we spiral out and back around with "people talking about people talking about Morrissey talking about Madonna." Now we're almost at the end with "People talking about people talking about people talking about Morrissey talking about Madonna."
Also, I kind of think you're wrong about people wanting to dislike or take a pot shot at Morrissey. I wish he didn't make it practically mandatory but it seems like he does. I think he is a troll. Ketamine Sun uses other language to describe it but arrives at the same conclusion. He is pointedly over the top in order to demand attention, and while it might not do him much good to do that, he does seem to have a way of demanding attention even from people that "don't like him," and that's in quotes because the truth is more complicated. Not to go through the whole thing again but he really shouldn't talk about Paris or Madonna. It's almost like she forced him to by putting the two things together in the news. The same way you "should" stop talking about the people that should stop talking about Morrissey, he should stop talking about Madonna and Paris. Or not. But don't make the mistake Morrissey and hes detractors make which is wasting time trying to control other people. That is my advice.