Are the two divas feuding once again? It certainly seems so after Madonna seemingly shaded Lady Gaga on social media, accusing her of having copied one of her catchphrases from back in the ‘80s!
It all started with Gaga’s press tours for her potentially Oscar-winning movie, A Star Is Born, and during her meetings with the press, she used one expression repeatedly.
A visibly emotional Gaga told the media about her unexpected success as an actress, using the following quote several times during her tour.
‘There can be a hundred people in a room, and 99 of them do not believe in you, but all it takes is just one, and it just changes your whole life,’ she has been saying about her co-star and the film’s director, Bradley Cooper.
Obviously, the message is very powerful and touching, but some fans pointed out that it was not Gaga who coined it and that maybe she should credit Madonna for it!
That being said, one clip of Madonna saying almost the same thing decades prior has surfaced online.
The video was apparently first posted by Giovanni Bianco, the creative director of Vogue Italia, with the caption: ‘My girl does and says everything always first.’
You may be asking where Madonna’s reaction comes into place! Well, the star did not exactly bash Lady Gaga, but she did repost the original video without a caption and added an enlarged eyes emoji!
The shade is real with this one! Especially, since she also shared a pic of herself captioned: ‘Don’t F**k with Me Monday,’ which started an entire fan war between Madonna and Gaga’s supporters in the comment section.