Blonde Ambition is a bipoic on Madonna's early life, career and struggles Neil Hall/Reuters

Pop star Madonna took to Instagram on Tuesday to share her thoughts about her upcoming biopic titled Blonde Ambition, which is said to be focused on her pre-fame career. And by the looks of it, it seems the Vogue hitmaker is not quite pleased with the idea of retracing her early life and struggles.

Sharing a picture from yesteryears, the 58-year-old singer-performer sent a loud and clear message and criticised the upcoming biopic.

"Nobody knows what I know and what I have seen," the songstress wrote along with the throwback photo. She went on to slam the very idea of presenting her life on the big screen saying, "Only I can tell my story. Anyone else who tries is a charlatan and a fool."

Madonna compared the situation to "instant gratification without doing the work" and added, "This is a disease in our society."

The sharply-worded post from the Like A Virgin hitmaker comes a day after The Hollywood Reporter announced that Universal had acquired the rights to Blonde Ambition, an unauthorised screenplay about her life.

Voted number one last year, The Black List script charts Madonna's struggle during the 1980s, her move from Michigan to New York, and her eventual rise to stardom in an industry at the time dominated by men. The film also recounts her famous 1990 Blonde Ambition tour.

Brett Ratner, who has Rush Hour, Prison Break and The Revenant to his credit, will reportedly produce the film scripted by newcomer Elyse Hollander. Fifty Shades Of Grey's Michael De Luca and John Zaozirny are also on board.

Universal sources are yet to comment about Madonna's remark.