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Lana Del Rey attacks Lady GaGa in leaked new song "So Legit" (video)

Lana Del Rey attacks Lady GaGa in leaked new song

PanARMENIAN.Net - Lana Del Rey allegedly attacks Lady GaGa in her leaked song called "So Legit". In the song, Del Rey sings about Stefani, which is the real name of GaGa. "Stefani, …, I know you're selling twenty million/ Wish they could have seen you when we booed you off in Williamsburg/ You're hurt, I know my words don't hurt, yeah," Del Rey sings, according to AceShowbiz.

Del Rey also refers to GaGa's early career as a rocker who played at clubs in Brooklyn, New York. "What happened to Brooklyn?/ What happened to our scene baby?/ Have we all gone Gaga crazy?/ Remember when the streets used/ To be dangerous and we were born bad/ And we were born bad?" she continues.

In another part of the song, Del Rey says, "Oh, girl, I see you walking with her pearls/ Thinking that you are the number one/ You are so funny, because, honey, you're not."

Since the song hit the internet, GaGa fans have flooded Del Rey's social media account with hate mails. It is still unclear why Del Rey decided to pen the explosive track. Both GaGa and Del Rey haven't commented on the song.

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