And then left yoga in her stupid Louis Vuitton wheelchair. If you can wear high heels (and I don’t care that they’re not very high, they’re still HIGH HEELS) and go to Bikram yoga then why the HELL do you need to be pushed around in your golden or LV wheelchair?
Also not that I give a f-ck but that jacket looks like real fur, so I hope she’s ready for the PETA brigade. PETA’s taken issue with her before. Her monsters were very sad to learn that she wears real fur. DUH, of course she’s gonna wear real fur. She’s into fashion, gets free garments from major fashion houses around the world, usually goes for the avante garde side of fashion, and all of those things mean that real animals are going to be used. To all of those distraught monsters, Gaga said,
…i want you to know that I care deeply about your feelings and views, and I will always support your philosophies about life…I do not however support violent, abusive, and childish campaigns for ANY CAUSE. Particularly one that I respect. “Animal Rights.” I am choosing not to comment on whether or not the furs I purchase are faux fur-pile or real because I would think it hypercritical not to acknowledge the python, ostrich, cow hide, leather, lamb, alligator, “kermit” and not to mention meat, that I have already worn. This should already put me in a category as one who appreciates and adores the beauty of animals in fashion, but am not a strict vegan. I have truly always stayed away from skinned fur, especially i have never been able to afford a nice one, but this does not mean my morals are rigid and that I won’t bend at the sight of an absolute art piece of a coat. I have no chains about this. You see a carcass, I see a museum pièce de résistance.
I’m starting to think that’s what she sees her wheelchair as: a museum pièce de résistance.