Lady Gaga Travels Back to Big Apple after Perez Hilton Feud
After a long weekend of promoting her upcoming album ARTPOP, Lady Gaga arrived back in her hometown of New York City last night (August 18).
Trying to make her way through the busy streets, the Mother Monster ditched her outrageous ensembles and crazy makeup, hiding her eyes behind big sunglasses.
As previously reported on GossipCenter, the "Just Dance" songstress engaged in a Twitter war against entertainment blogger, Perez Hilton.
What started out as a simple statement about Hilton's criticism over her new single "Applause" turned into a personal feud when Lady Gaga discovered he was in the lobby of her LA apartment complex over the weekend.
"STAY AWAY FROM ME + MY FAMILY YOU ARE SICK TRYING TO RENT AN APARTMENT IN MY BUILDING TO STALK ME. LEAVE ME ALONE!!!" the 27-year-old singer tweeted.
She continued, "DO I NEED TO BE SHOT IT IN THE HEAD FOR PEOPLE TO UNDERSTAND THAT HIM AND EVERYONE ELSE THAT HARASSES ME HAS GONE TOO FAR? IM A HUMAN BEING...I just want to make music+make people smile. Im sorry to all the fans who are trying to enjoy whats suppose to be a happy time. Gone too far."
Soon after posting her tweets, Lady Gaga's fans, also known as her "Little Monsters," took action against Perez and his apparent stalking by posting their distaste for him. The 35-year-old blogger then spoke out against the singer's accusations on his website.
"My heart hurts that my former very good friend Lady GaGa, a person I used to call my 'wifey' and traveled the world with, is making very public and very untrue allegations about me on Twitter," he explained. "While it is still too painful for me to go into detail about why I chose to no longer make her a part of my life, I will say that I am a critic and not a stalker."
He continued, "Any allegation that I am stalking her is utterly false, defamatory and now appear to be putting me in danger. I will continue to be a critic—in a way that is not mean or involves name-calling, and I will continue to have an opinion and talk about music and songs, like GaGa's "Applause." As the suggestion that I pose a danger to GaGa is preposterous, if fans want to send a message of support to her, they should buy her music instead of sending me death threats."