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In the wake of Lady Gaga’s Latin American tour flopping and the impending disaster of the “new and improved” North American tour (which is already flopping), Little Monsters, once again, show their desperation through the only medium they know how: bullying.
It looks like the staff on Lady Gaga’s mental health bus have their work cut out for them.
In any case let’s take a look at what the little monsters are claiming: “Madonna helped spread aids” – ON WHAT PLANET?
Have these uneducated little teenagers ever READ anything of Madonna’s stance on “unsafe sex”? Let’s take a look at what this year’s most requested/wanted out-of-print book (Madonna’s SEX book) has to say about it:
Also, it is worth mentioning that even before the SEX book came out, Madonna was advocating safe sex on stage, night after night, during her 1990’s Blond Ambition Tour (“don’t be silly, put a rubber on your willy!”).
But that’s not all. Madonna has also spoken about safe sex in a more direct way, especially during the promotion of “Justify my Love” (check her Nightline interview).
And, please, do not forget the projections during the Who’s That Girl Tour (1987) which, at one point, showed the following message:
So, yeah, little monsters keep talking out of their asses. Lady Gaga’s tour (and album) would be more successful if they spent their time working, saving money to buy her tickets and shit.
Oh, well… maybe in 26 years she’ll be on Madonna’s level. But I guess not.
The same blog also makes racist comments towards Rihanna, besides other unecessary and uncalled for negative comments on Katy Perry and Taylor Swift:
Recently, Kelly Osbourne spoke about the things she hears from Lady Gaga’s fans, who constantly attack her on Twitter:
“Lady Gaga’s fans say I should kill myself because I’m fat”.
She goes on: “Gaga has the worst fans in the world and you have a responsibility to stop that. I think you do anyway.”
We agree with you, Kelly. Especially when Gaga “created” a foundation that allegedly works against bullying and cyber-bullying. But hey… I guess Lady Gaga failed there too. She’s been collecting a lot of failures lately.
Where are the results of the Born This Way Foundation’s anti-bullying educational program?
The constant bashing of other artists will not prevent Lady Gaga’s fall from fame. It’s inevitable.
But speaking of promiscuous sex: Gaga Stole my Boyfriend, Lady Gaga Betrays Taylor Kinney, Thief of Hearts.
No wonder she doesn’t talk about her love life, monsters! Being a home wrecking whore is embarrassing!
So, fuck yeah, little monsters. If ANYONE is advocating promiscuous sex, drug use and negaticity, it’s that morally bankrupt, pathological liar you call Mother Monster.
Madonnarama broke the news:
BookFinder just compiled one of the most interesting lists in the book business – the 2012 top 100 most searched for out-of-print books in the United States.
Sadly, books fall out-of-print when publishers decide that there isn’t enough demand. That’s when the used book market becomes important for ensuring that these hard-to-find titles can still be found and bought.
Madonna’s famous Sex book is again on top of the list.
As a reminder, Sex is a coffee table book written by Madonna with photographs by Steven Meisel Studio and film frames taken from film shot by Fabien Baron. The book was edited by Glenn O’Brien. It was released on October 21, 1992 by Warner Books.
Madonna wrote it as a character named Mistress Dita, inspired by 1930s film actress Dita Parlo.
Featured in the book are actress Isabella Rossellini, rappers Big Daddy Kane and Vanilla Ice, model Naomi Campbell, gay porn star Joey Stefano, actor Udo Kier, socialite Tatiana von Fürstenberg, and nightclub owner Ingrid Casares.
There are many famous authors on the list, including Stephen King, Nora Roberts, Ray Bradbury, Barbara Cartland, Carl Sagan, C.S. Lewis and Madeleine L’Engle. There are also books from major artists like Salvador Dali and Cecil Beaton, and the autobiography of musician Johnny Cash.
Have a look at the top 10:
1. Sex, by Madonna
2. Rage, by Stephen King/Richard Bachman
3. Promise Me Tomorrow, by Nora Roberts
4. My Pretty Pony, by Stephen King
5. Pure, White & Deadly; The Problem of Sugar, by John Yudkin
6. Mandingo, by Kyle Onstott
7. Man in Black, by Johnny Cash
8. Codex Seraphinianus, by Luigi Serafini
9. 365 Bedtime Stories, by Nan Gilbert
10. Tudor Roses, by Alice Starmore
Remember my Holidays post?
There you will find Lady Gaga’s coffee table book being sold at the Dollar Store for only $3!
This post is dedicated to the little monster who said Madonna had “pancake tits” in the comments section here.
About the Terry Richardson thing... That's what you do when your latest pictorial book (Gaga's) has to be sold 50% off, while Madonna's Sex book is still the most sought-after out-of-print book. ;)
Gaga’s closest friends and team of supporters are just mad because they know, deep down inside, that the girl is a fraud.
[For those who don’t know what we are talking about, check here]
By association, they are a fraud too. After all, Terry, Starlight, Laurieann Gibson, they all collaborated with Lady Reductive at one point or another.
Terry Richardson has been pressed for a few months already.
Not only his book with Gaga was immediately slated as a copy of Madonna’s SEX book, as it was a complete commercial failure.
I talked about it before.
In the meantime, Madonna’s SEX book is the most wanted out of print book in the world. 20 years later.
I got those pics from the incredible and very informative GaGaCheat website. They look like heaven to me.
Not only “Flop the Night” married the bottom of the charts, but Caca’s coffee-table book seems to be on an endless honeymoon with the shelves at bookstores and at warehouses.
On the other hand, Madonna’s SEX book (the most successful coffee-table book in history) appears again on the “most wanted out of print books” list. A regular on that list, Madonna ends 2011 and enters 2012 with her book at the #1 spot. 20 years later: