Lady Gaga Explains Why She’s Better Than Die Antwoord

Lady Gaga just proved that she has next to no sense of humor about herself and thinks she’s better than artists who sell fewer records and tickets than her.

When addressing a recent, admittedly outrageous video (called “Fatty Boom Boom”) by South African rap-rave group Die Antwoord featuring a Gaga drag queen in a meat dress with a bug in her/his vagina and an epic death involving a lion, the real LG wrote:

“i fink u freaky but you don’t have a hit. hundred thousand tickets sold in SA,” referring to her tour dates in South Africa.  Continue reading “Lady Gaga Explains Why She’s Better Than Die Antwoord”

Lady Gaga Gets Live STD and Eaten by Lion in New Die Antwoord Video

When someone showed me this “Fatty Boom Boom” video, I legit thought it was a real Lady GaGa video. The transvestite is surprisingly accurate.

South African hip hop/rave/rap group Die Antwoord has yet another bizarre video, but due to their newfound international fame, the band is incorporating some American media.

Fatty Boom Boom is actually their lightest most colourful work considering most of their videos take place in dumpsters and the crevice between your ballsack and upper thigh.  Continue reading “Lady Gaga Gets Live STD and Eaten by Lion in New Die Antwoord Video”

Lady Gaga For Vogue, September 2012

Lady Gaga is channeling RuPaul on the cover of Vogue in an amethyst Marc Jacobs dress, or, according to her she’s channeling him. To be fair she did write on Twitter/Facebook “If only I was as fierce as you bitch. I did try to come for you with that weave.”

She may have awesome hair in that now-I-know-what happens-when-I-put-my-finger-in-an-electrical-socket sort of way, but  let’s hope Anna Wintour (editor-in-chief/inspiration for The Devil Wears Prada) doesn’t have Gaga whacked for leaking the cover.


“SHH DONT TELL TWITTER/ SEPT ISSUE OF VOGUE MAGAZINE/ Sorry Anna but the underground kids deserve it. bisous!”

Here are some highlights from her interview…  Continue reading “Lady Gaga For Vogue, September 2012”

Another Re-Imagining Of Your Favorite Disney Characters

We’ve seen Disney Princesses in real-life twice (once by Ryan Astamundi and again by Jirka Väätäinen), dark and twisted, and thrown together in Amy Mebberson’s light-hearted Pocket Princesses.

Now there’s “Disasterland” by Mexican artist Rodolfo Loaiza which is a “tribute to fashion, animation, horror films and the undeniable attraction of celebrity.”

He’s got The Evil Queen snorting cocaine, Cinderella shaving her head in a moment unmistakably recognizable as a nod to Britney Spears’ 2007 meltdown, Jafar and Captain Hook embraced in a villainous lip-lock, and Lady Gaga’s meat dress.

There’s also a lot of animal humping and licking, and little odes to various rock stars including Kurt Cobain, Marilyn Manson, David Bowie and Michael Jackson.  Continue reading “Another Re-Imagining Of Your Favorite Disney Characters”