The singer continued her campaign against weight critics during concert in Zurich, telling fans: 'They won't stop me from speaking my mind'
Lady Gaga continued her campaign against weight critics over the weekend, hitting back at fat jibes during a gig in Zurich, Switzerland.
After being targeted for her newly curvy figure (which looks fabulous to us!), Gaga asked fans to ‘cheer’ and ‘celebrate’ for 30 more years of being slammed for her shape.
‘They won’t kill me. They won’t stop me from speaking my mind. I will make music for you for the next 30 years,’ she told the crowd.
‘You know, so for like, let’s cheers. Let’s celebrate. To 30 more years of them calling me a sl*t. To 30 more years of them calling me a fat, attention-seeking wh*re.’
The singer added: ‘To 30 more years of people telling me to shut my mouth about equality and gay rights. May we say cheers and celebrate 30 more years of the conversation that we’ve started that we’re never gonna finish.’
Last week, Gaga posted a series of nearly nude snaps online in response to weight comments from critics, using Twitter to slam what she called our ‘ugly’ society, and launching the Body Revolution.
Explaining her recent weight gain, she wrote: ‘My boyfriend prefers me curvier. When I eat I am healthy and not so worried about my looks, I’m happy. Happier than I’ve ever been.
‘I am not going to go on a psycho-spree because of scrutiny. This is who I am. And I am proud at any size.’
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