Lady Gaga tells NME that she’s tried of being misunderstood, and at the end of the day all we need to know is in her music.
Lady Gaga gave an angry-sounding interview to NME for this month’s cover story, and the lady is pretty ticked that people still don’t get her.
“Let me tell you something,” she told the mag. “If you (expletive) rip my hairbow and my wig off my (expletive) head, my shoes, my bra, every single thing on my body, and you throw me on a piano with a microphone, I will (expletive) make you cry.”
“I feel I have been probed endlessly about who the (expletive) I am,” she ranted. “I have been quite open about it. And still nobody seems to have a clue.”
Oh, and if you’re a songwriter, save your crap pop songs for Britney Spears — Judas singer Lady Gaga doesn’t want it.
“I’m not going to start churning out what you expect. If you’re looking for me to be something that isn’t there, stop looking. I am not that. I am not created,” she grouses. “If you want me to be a manufactured act, you can (expletive) off.”
Lady Gaga appears on the cover in a sheer mesh bodysuit with strategically placed zippers, her facial horn prosthetics and an ugly wig.