Lady Gaga's Vagina Is Infested With Insects, According to Die Antwoord
Gaga's lady parts might be crawling with critters. But at least she's got a hit.
Two of the most visually striking musical performers of the contemporary era are in a real-life underground vs. mainstream battle, and the subterranean freaks might actually be winning.
Die Antwoord picked a fight with Mother Monster, and both sides are resorting to low blows. But who's ability to demean reigns supreme? Well, something about growing up in South Africa really makes you tough.
It all started Tuesday when the Zef Siders released the official video for their latest single "Fatty Boom Boom." The video revolves around a cross-dressing male Lady Gaga in her infamous meat dress as she takes a tour-gone-wrong through Die Antwoord's hometown.
Ninja, Yolandi, and DJ Hi-Tek leave no subtleties about their opinions. The video shows Gaga having a bug removed from her vagina by an OBGYN before ultimately being eaten alive by a local lion.
Also, the track is a real banger.
But Gaga got all upset about it. Because famous people can't take a joke.
i fink u freaky but you don't have a hit. hundred thousand tIckets sold in SA. #thatmyshit-- Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) October 17, 2012
WTF was that? She might have been trying to rap or something. It seems as though Gaga was trying to be funny. But then she keeps going ...
i guess its not a good idea to tell someone you're a fan. never mind! we get it, you're not a little monster. WE GOT IT.-- Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) October 17, 2012
Guys, leave Gaga alone! She's trying to be zany too, OK? She's "trying to save the world, one sequin at a time." You're fucking up her mojo by pointing out how vapid she really is. And who are you anyway? You've never had a real hit.
lady... even tho u r 'larger' than us... we still cooler than u... plus we don't have prawns in our private... fb.me/1iV7wIqV7-- Die Antwoord (@DieAntwoord) October 17, 2012
Boom. Everyone knows cool points trump Billboard charts in any conversation that matters. Years later, when we dissect our depraved musical legacy, the quirkiness of Die Antwoord will speak louder than the manufactured Fame Monster ... Maybe.
But as far as the people are concerned, they've thrown their weight behind DA. Even though they've got less followers, they snagged more "likes" and "retweets."
Perhaps this should be settled with a game-changing collab? Or just a fight in a swimming pool full of Jello?
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