Last week, I stumbled upon an alleged Lady Gaga fansite that promised to pay “little monsters” (her fans) to post negative comments about Madonna‘s music, movies, and body on the internet. But over the weekend, one blogger revealed that The Lady Gaga Project is a fake.
Singer and blogger Super Amanda reached out to us because the people behind the project have been impersonating her; the original blog post thanks “Little Monster Super Amanda for suggesting we do this in the first place. PAWS UP!” (Most ironic is that she doesn’t even seem to be a huge fan of either performer; her blog is dedicated to British filmmaker Ken Russell.)
Super Amanda has spent the last few days taking legal action against the creators of the Lady Gaga Project blog, and she’s even put forward the fascinating theory that it’s a bunch of pro-Madonna fans who started this up. The whole explanation is on her blog, but we’ve excerpted it here. Her reasoning is that pro-Madonna fans wanted to make it look like Gaga’s people were trying to bring Madonna down, thus giving her more sympathy and support. That’s twisted.
As previously stated, I have a psychotic Madonna fan stalking me who can’t accept I dislike their talentless corporate icon. You can see a few of their sick comments in the recent threads below telling me to “kill myself”. They impersonate me on Salon, Huffington Post, Perez Hilton, Facebook, You Tube, IndieWire and many other websites. It has been going on for about a year or so. As a US Born , US citizen , I FULLY support their right to LEGALLY say whatever they want about me, mock me, lampoon me, call me names etc but falsely claiming I’m a “criminal” and impersonating me is ILLEGAL.
…It is such an obvious Crypto-madonna fan blog that it is a joke. They are libellously claiming that I, Super Amanda, suggested they “offer money for negative madonna posts”. A TOTAL LIE! The give away is that they are asking for Huffington Post comments. (Sorry, NO ONE under 30 wastes their time on Huffington Post).
…I am one of the only bloggers to criticize Madonna using their real name.
The site has since been shut down, and the Twitter account (@GagaProject2012) is no longer functional. Unfortunately, Gaga herself has not responded to this fan drama over Twitter. It’s come and gone without her seemingly being aware of it.