She’s a free bitch, baby.
Lady Gaga has responded via Twitter after flipping off the crowd during Thursday’s Mets game at Citi Field. Gaga tweeted:
“A middle finger is more New York than a corporate ambush. I bleed for my hometown, and I’d die for my fans.”
Maybe Gaga, long known to be a Yankee fan, was just trying to cause trouble with the competition, maybe she was being harassed, or maybe she was just being a diva. We have no idea. But what we do know is that the Gaga, both legs intact, made quite a scene at the game.
She showed up wearing a bra from her Telephone music video and a leather jacket, no head dress, and very little make up. So, to us, we think she was playing it low key, but Mets fans begged to differ.
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Gaga got booed by the crowd during the opener of the day-night doubleheader between the Mets and San Diego Padres. And we’re not really sure what happened. Some say the crowd was less than pleased with her risque outfit. Others thought it was a publicity stunt. Either way, it ended with Gaga giving someone, maybe everyone, the finger.
The Mets say the singer didn’t stick around for the second game.
Gaga was in town this week for her sister’s high school graduation, and for whatever reason, decided to forgo the Yanks and attend the Mets game.
After getting into an argument with several men in her original seat behind home plate–and the press box–Gaga moved to a luxury suite, owned by Jerry Seinfeld, where she had a few beers, flipped the bird and proved that while JL0 may drape herself in diamonds and pretend she’s still “Jenny from the block,” Gaga is definitely still a New Yorker at heart.
UPDATE: The Mets’ spokesperson offered the following apology to Jerry Seinfeld via RadarOnline.com:
“We deeply regret that Jerry Seinfeld has been associated with this matter and have apologized to him. The use of Jerry Seinfeld’s suite was unauthorized and unknown to him at the time. We made a quick decision to place Lady Gaga and her group in a private suite because of issues related to her visit.”