Back in the 90s, Madonna penned a letter to actor John Enos to express her frustrations with the backlash she received after the release of her sex book and \u201cErotica\u201d album. \u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\r\nIn the never-before-seen letter, the singer describes Whitney Houston and Sharon Stone as \u201chorribly mediocre,\u201d revealing that she\u2019s been in a \u201cfoul mood lately\u201d and would \u201crather die\u201d than be \u201cthese women\u201d. \u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\r\n\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\r\n\u201cI have made so many people angry that I\u2019m being punished and basically made to be quiet and sit in a corner, while other less interesting and exciting people are reaping the benefits of the roads I\u2019ve paved,\u201d she said, adding \u201cMaybe this is what black people felt like when Elvis finally got huge.\u201d \u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\r\n\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\r\n\u201cIt\u2019s so unequivocally frustrating to read that Whitney Houston has the music career I wish I had and Sharon Stone has the film career I\u2019ll never have. \u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\r\n\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\r\n\u201cNot because I want to be these women because I\u2019d rather die, but they\u2019re so horribly mediocre and they\u2019re always being held up as paragons of virtue and some sort of measuring stick to humiliate me. \u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\r\n\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\r\n\u201cEverything I do is so original and unique and I put so much of myself into it like my book and record and it\u2019s only brought me heartache and pain.\u2800\u2800\u2800\r\n\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\r\n\u201cI don\u2019t think I can play the game to be accepted. I\u2019m too intelligent, I have too much pride.\u201d \u2800\u2800\u2800\r\n\r\n\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\r\n\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\u2800\r\nNow, according to the Huffington Post, the letter in question will be put up for auction, expecting to reel in between $3,000 to $5,000. Apparently, the letter was obtained by the auction site from Madonna\u2019s long time friend, Darlene Lutz.