Interscope artist Sabrina has a new song called “I Wanna Shoot Lady Gaga.” Because she’s being criticized for instigating violence and pushing a message of hate, she’s defending herself in a post for music e-zine SOHH.Gaga fans have taken the message of her song all wrong, Sabrina writes: she doesn’t want to shoot Gaga literally but rather in a metaphoric sense, she believes the image of Gaga should be eliminated for good.
As Sabrina sees it – and goes out to state in her song – Gaga is the worst thing about our society, where a pop star can put on an act and be passed for a hero, when she’s nothing but a manipulator at best and a puppet on a string at worst.
“My song ‘I Wanna Shoot Lady Gaga’ is not about shooting Stefani Germanotta, the lonely, insecure girl better known to the world as her alter ego, Lady Gaga. The song is about killing off the gimmick, the character of Lady Gaga,” Sabrina writes.
“It’s not meant to be sadistic or evil, I mean, just check out the song’s artwork. We used a squirt gun – nothing violent, just metaphorical. I want to kill everything she represents and stands for,” she explains.
Seeing a “morally bankrupt” person like Gaga be named one of the most influential people in the world is a thought that makes Sabrina physically sick – because she’s been playing everybody all along and probably doesn’t mean a single word that comes out of her mouth.
“Lady Gaga represents everything that is wrong with the core of our society. She’s not a lady, she’s a tramp. People see her as such a hero, especially the gay community; they celebrate her,” Sabrina writes.
“She stands up there in her flesh suit and cries big old elephant tears and thanks her dear fans for being so brave, but what they don’t realize is that everything she does is calculated. I feel like she uses them,” she adds.
The same Sabrina even goes on a limb to predict that 2011 will be the year when the mighty Gaga will fall: people have already grown tired of her routine and the mere fact that she burst on the scene with such a bang is guarantee her fall will be steep – and imminent.
In the meantime, though, Gaga’s little monsters / fans are saying on dedicated online forums, it wouldn’t hurt Sabrina to learn to make proper music, because no one is going to take her seriously with such an Auto-tuned piece of rubbish.
Check out Sabrina’s “I Wanna Shoot Lady Gaga” and see for yourself whether Gaga’s fans are right in saying the above.