Just when we thought it might be over and done with, Lady Gaga made her now-traditional "appearance" during friend Nicola Formichetti's Mugler show by playing a re-written version of her single "Cake Like Lady Gaga" (a song we thought may have been a joke in the first place). To get back at Cathy Horyn's boyfriend's admonishment of her defense of Oscar de la Renta's ad against Cathy Horyn's review of the designer's show (if you have no idea what we're talking about, get primed here — it's worth it, we swear), she rapped:
"Ortenberg you can suck my dick, walk bitch you ain't Lady Gaga," she raps. "Nicopanda got style, trick, Cathy Horyn your style ain't dick. Walk a mile in these foot-high heels, I run in these you ain't running shit. You chew beef, I wear meat — I'm getting fat and so is my bank. From a sold-out world tour, bitch."
No mincing words here, we see. Check out the video below to hear it with your own ears. (Vogue.uk)
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