A Lady Gaga Fan Filed a Fake Complaint to FedEx About Her 'Chromatica' Delivery Truck & They Bought It

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Lady Gaga attends the SAG-AFTRA Foundation's 3rd Annual Patron of the Artists Awards at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on Nov. 8, 2018 in Beverly Hills, Calif.

Some Little Monsters might've spotted Lady Gaga in their neighborhood when the pop star personally delivered her sixth album Chromatica to retailers. But one fan decided to mess with FedEx to make sure she was doing so safely.

Using one of Gaga's close-up photos from the Twitter delivery update, superfan @ChromaticaGov alerted the national delivery service on the social media platform yesterday (May 27). ".@FedEx @FedExHelp this woman almost hit me while driving down my block delivering packages for you. I wrote her plates down just in time.. it read “PSSYWGN” please do something immediately," they tweeted.

Whether her face mask obscured her face or the employee running the customer service account simply didn't recognize the superstar, FedEx promptly stepped in to take action against the quite famous culprit. "Hello, this is Lisa. I'm sorry to hear of this incident. Please DM as much information as possible. Name, address, phone number, email address, truck number, and if it was a FedEx Express, Ground, or Home Delivery truck so that I can report this to the appropriate station," the company replied on Twitter.

As the Little Monsters had the last laugh, another superfan stepped in to post another made-up unpleasant encounter with the Chromatica singer-turned-deliverywoman. "This same woman threw a package at my head and called me the f word!" @judaswench wrote in the Twitter thread yesterday.

Once again, FedEx tried delivering the justice they thought was necessary in the sarcastic scenario. "Hello, this is Sara. I truly apologize for the trouble. Please DM your name, address, city, state, zip code, tracking number or the truck number, license plate, date/time of occurrence, phone number, and email address. I will be happy to research," the FedEx Help account responded.

Mother Monster doesn't plan on violently shipping Chromatica to streaming services tomorrow (May 29), so rest assured for FedEx.

See how the pranks went down below.


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