Lady Gaga no Madonna copy

Lady Gaga is not a "reductive Madonna copy" and doesn't care what people say about her music, weight or past drug taking

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This article is from 2013.

Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga is not a "reductive Madonna copy".

The 'Applause' singer doesn't care if people accusing her of imitating the elder star - sparked by her 2011 single 'Born This Way' bearing similarities to Madonna's 'Express Yourself' - because she feels her work stands apart.

She tweeted: "LADY GAGA IS A REDUCTIVE MADONNA COPY! SHE'S OVER NOW! #WriteWhatUWant #SayWhatUWantBoutMe #ImNotSorry".

She then added a link to a 2012 interview in which Madonna described her songs as "reductive", adding: "MADONNA HATES GAGA SHE'S OVER. I don't need anybody's permission to be remembered. I will be. Whether they like it or not."

Gaga, 27, also addressed her past issues with drugs and fluctuating weight in a similar manner.

She added: "LADY GAGA IS ON DRUGS. HER CAREER IS OVER! (Been an addict for 10 years) #WriteWhatUWant. My recovery is a daily battle."

She also tweeted a picture of her curvier figure accompanied by the "#DoWhatUWantWithMyBody".

Gaga also she didn't care the first single from her 'ARTPOP' album didn't reach Number One, adding: "I write for the music, not the charts."

Gaga's latest track, 'Do What U Want' featuring R. Kelly was released today (21.10.13).

This article is from 2013.

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