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Madonna points a fake gun at a Denver audience after showing up almost three hours late to a concert at the Pepsi Center on Oct. 19, 2012.

Madonna points a fake gun at a Denver audience after showing up almost three hours late to a concert at the Pepsi Center on Oct. 19, 2012.

DENVER — Twitter was abuzz Friday with disappointed Madonna fans after they say Madonna showed up to her Denver concert Thursday night over two hours late and opened with a song about murder.

As if that weren’t enough, fans say she came on stage in a crowded Pepsi Center with fake guns and pretended to shoot the audience in a city where many wounds are still fresh following the Aurora theater tragedy in late July.

Denver radio personality Peter Burns was at the show and first to break the news that the pop signer was over an hour late on his Twitter account.

Once she showed up, Madonna did manage to please some fans. Twitter user Katie Kristine appeared to be in that group.

Other fans like Hollie Houghtaling, who went so far as to call the show “Satanic,” were less than impressed.

Even a professed “superfan” took to Twitter to express her disappointment.

https://twitter.com/heatherswan/status/259175398137556992
https://twitter.com/heatherswan/status/259188555325251585

An update from Twitter user “Lilith” seem to encapsulate the general sentiment of the dozens of Tweets from the evening’s performance.

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