Lana Del Rey Allegedly Disses Lady Gaga On Leaked Track

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"Stefani, you suck," goes a demo being credited to the pop chanteuse.

A new song floating around the Internet allegedly finds Lana Del Rey taking shots at another singular female pop star, Lady Gaga.

"So Legit," an unreleased demo that has Little Monsters up in arms since surfacing through an unofficial leak, refers to someone as "the freak king of the piercing shop" and panning their vocal ability (click here to listen to the track).

"Stefani, you suck, I know you're selling 20 million/Wish they could have seen you when we booed you off in Williamsburg," goes one particularly venomous line in the song. Although Del Rey and Gaga's friendship (or lack thereof) has never been explicitly detailed, both singers are 27 years old and cut their teeth performing in New York City. Gaga obviously became a household name before Del Rey, hence the alleged vitriol over Mother Monster's success in this demo.

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A rep for Del Rey did not have a quote or comment regarding "So Legit" upon request, and neither Gaga nor Del Rey has commented on the song on their social sites at press time.

Lady Gaga will return this November with her eagerly anticipated "ARTPOP" album, while "Summertime Sadness," from Del Rey's "Born To Die" album, debuted at No. 72 on last week's Hot 100 chart.


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