Madonna pulls no punches in her new song, calling Lady Gaga a “copycat” and a “wannabe,” ouch.
Madge, who is no fan of the Gaga, leaked track from her new album showing the hate river runs deep.
The lyrics for Madge’s new tune “Two Steps Behind Me” surfaced online the other day, and the 56-year-old singer puts Gaga on full blast, accusing her of imitating her signature style. Madonna sings:
“You’re a copycat, where is my royalty? / You’re a pretty girl, I’ll give you that / But stealing my recipe, it’s an ugly look / Did you study me hard enough? / You’re never gonna be, you’re just a wannabe me / Like a sister all messed-up, who’s gonna help you out? / In your fantasy, you can try it all / But you can’t be me / You can walk the walk, even talk the talk / But you’ll always be two steps behind me.” source
It’s not confirmed whether the track will make the final cut, but a source tells The Sun that it’s definitely about Gaga. “They’re very harsh lyrics, but Madonna really wants to express herself again,” the insider says.
Oh crazy Ke$ha! In the wake of the shootings at a Newtown Connecticut school, Ke$ha apologized for recording her song “Die Young” by saying she was FORCED to sing the words!
Ke$ha made the shocking admission on Twitter and then deleted the tweet…
NYPost: Ke$ha apologized for the controversy surrounding her song “Die Young” in the wake of the Sandy Hook tragedy, but she then blamed others for the lyrics of the song.
She tweeted on Tuesday, “I had my very own issue with ‘die young’ for this reason. I did NOT want to sing those lyrics and I was FORCED TO.” However, that tweet has now been removed from her account.
Ke$ha’s label RCA had no comment about the tweet, or the recording artist being “FORCED” to write the song.
Meanwhile a report says Ke$ha took FULL credit for writing the song, contradicting her Tuesday tweet.
“I definitely make sure that every word rings true to me because I would never want to misrepresent myself to millions of people around the world,” she told 96.5 WPLJ in New York in November, according to TMZ. “I wrote and rewrote and rewrote that song ten times.”
A source close to the pop singer also tells HollywoodLife today that Ke$ha now feels “attacked.”
“She realized that what she wrote on Twitter was not right, but she feels she is being attacked over something she didn’t do.”
The song – which includes the lyrics, “Let’s make the most of the night like we’re gonna die young” – was pulled by several radio stations after Friday’s tragic events.
A source tells HollywoodLife that Ke$ha is attempting to do “damage control” and “she doesn’t give a [bleep] with controversy, but the song not being on the radio or being played is affecting her pocketbook.”