Lady Gaga is getting sued. That's right; Gaga's back in the media, but not for some new idiotic song. She is actually part of a legit news story.
The princess of weirdo-pop is being accused of misleading generous fans with an online pitch. She is selling bracelets online that have the slogan, "We Pray For Japan" for five dollars a piece. In addition, donators must also pay sales tax on the bracelets and almost four dollars for shipping. Gaga's pitch claims that all proceeds from the sales of these popular bracelets will go straight to relief efforts in the recently devastated Japan. The lawsuit against Gaga claims that not all of the proceeds are being sent to Japan; accusing Lady Gaga of keeping some of the money donated for herself. Spokespeople for Gaga completely deny all allegations and say that all of the money is going directly to Japan.
If the claims are true, and Gaga is taking the money, I would not be surprised. She has an entire brainwashed youth eating out of the palms of her hands. The younger generations think that everything she does is revolutionary and bold. She knows this, and knew that she could sell a simple rubber bracelet and make millions and millions of dollars. There are Japan relief effort donation stations in every corner store; no one has to shop on Gaga's site to help out Japan, but she knows that entertainment obsessed America will. Instead of spending ten dollars to get a cheap bracelet that will be lost in a month, donators should have just sent dollars right to the relief effort and not gone through a pop star.