Lady Gaga Wears Gun Bra, Angers Anti-Gun Activists
Lady Gaga | Photo Credits: R. Chiang/Splash News
Lady Gaga has stirred up yet another controversy. During a concert in Vancouver on Friday, Gaga strutted on stage wearing a bra festooned with two fake assault rifles. Gaga paired the rifle bra with green military-inspired pants and high-heeled combat boots.
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The singer's controversial fashion choice came only one day after Vice President Joe Biden met with Congress and the NRA to discuss ways to limit gun violence after the school shooting in Newtown, Conn., last month.
"DISGUSTING! SO WRONG," one Twitter user wrote, along with a link to an article entitled "Lady Gaga's Gun Bra is Tasteless and Offends Both Sides of the Guns Debate."
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But Gaga's Little Monsters were quick to point out that the singer wasn't making light of the recent shooting. In fact, the artillery brassiere has been a part of her wardrobe for years. Gaga wore one in the music video for her 2010 single "Alejandro," as well as on a Rolling Stone cover that same year.
But in the wake of the Newtown shooting, do you think Gaga's rifle bra is in bad taste?