Lush-voiced lolita Lana Del Rey throws shade at Mother Monster herself in an unreleased track “So Legit” that recently leaked online. Apparently, Del Rey and Lady Gaga used to share a manager way back when before either had stepped into the spotlight.
My guess is that the song wasn’t recorded recently, but with references to both Gaga and Stefani (her real name), it’s hard to deny that it was written about anyone else.
In typical fashion, Lady G’s legion of fans have swarmed to attack the “Video Games” crooner on Twitter, though neither popstar has officially commented. Listen to “So Legit” below and check out the nasty, venom-spiked lyrics.
You were the freak king of the piercing shop
All the girls thought they could sing, but they’re really not shit
I don’t get it
You’re looking like a man, you’re talking like a baby
How the fuck is your song in a Coke commercial, crazy?
I don’t get it
Your taste once exquisite
What happened to Brooklyn, what happened to New York?
What happened to my scene, what happened to punk rock, rock?
You called me the queen of the downtown scene, babe
How the fuck would you go switch it up and then replace me?
I don’t get it, I’m so legit
Tell me, was it ’cause I wasn’t platinum in jewels?
That perhaps you thought I was a little bit even uncool
Kid, was that it?
Stefani, you suck, and now you’re selling twenty million
Wish they could have seen you when we booed you off in Williamsburg
You’re hurt, I know my words don’t hurt, yeah
Oh, girl, I see you walking ’round in your pearls
Thinking that you’re number one
You’re so funny, ’cause honey, you’re not
What happened to Brooklyn, the last frontier?
They said you could make it anywhere if you can make it here
But where, no magic in the air
What happened to Brooklyn, what happened to our scene, baby?
Have we all gone Gaga crazy?
Remember when the streets used to be dangerous and we were born bad
And we were born bad?
Punk rock, punk rock
The boys used to punch each other in the face and girls were walking around wasted
And everyone had a good night, come back in sunlight
Punk rock, rock, rock