Lana Del Rey Disses Lady Gaga on ‘So Legit’
Claws are out! Shots fired! A track titled 'So Legit' has surfaced in which Lana Del Rey allegedly disses Lady Gaga. And by allegedly, LDR explicitly says Mother Monster's name on the song. Little Monsters, hold onto your hats.
The extremely down tempo song (it barely has one) has Lana practically sing whispering lines like, "Stefani, you suck, I know you’re selling 20 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." Wow. It reads like the poem of a bitter 16-year-old girl who is upset her BFF got a better grade on a test than she did. Also, this song sounds like it was recorded on a toaster. Moving on...
LDR sings at the end of the song, "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?" We're sure that any girl who went to boarding school steered very clear of the dangerous streets.
Our final word on the matter? One rich girl from New York City was mad at another rich girl from New York City and made a song about it. Surprising? No, not really. Possible 'Gossip Girl' episode? You got it.