Lady Gaga has upset animal lovers again and now could face being pelted with faeces and paint by animal rights activists PETA after she has continued to wear fur in public.
The singer was blasted by the organisation last month after she was seen sporting a number of fur coats in public.
Now, according to the Chicago Sun Times, Gaga's decision to wear fur has made her a target from PETA activists.
A source told the paper: "I'm hearing they are going to try and personally attack Gaga — spraying her with paint or even throwing feces at her."
The singer's decision to sport a burqa to designer Philip Treacy’s show during London Fashion Week along with a bag bearing the word 'Cunt' has now also upset several Muslim pressure groups.
The source added: "That comes across as a clear insult to Muslims and Islam."
Meanwhile, we all know that Lady Gaga along with Rihanna are fans of marijuana but the 'Born This Way' singer took it one step further during her recent show in Amsterdam when she puffed on a giant spliff, telling fans about the “medical wonders” of ganja.
The singer, who recently finished her UK dates of the tour, was performing in Amsterdam, where smoking marijuana has effectively been decriminalised.
Not holding back, she told the audience she was in the “appropriate place” to discuss her passion for the drug.
She added: “I want you to know it has totally changed my life and I’ve really cut down on drinking. It has been a totally spiritual experience for me with my music.”
Throughout the show she joked she was going to talk to President Barack Obama in a bid to make marijuana legal worldwide. Adding that the drug’s leaf symbol is the “new peace sign”. She added: “It’s like saying everybody needs to take a breath and it’s going to be OK.
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