Lady GaGa has told her fans that her late grandfather had made a fortune in selling pills through his special magazines in the 1930's.
"The pills were harmless enough. They actually had vitamins and minerals or, at least, some trce amounts."
But, the Lady proclaimed that what made him and his family rich was the ads in the magazines.
"He had near-naked women and men on every page of the 120-page booklet that described the benefits of his product."
Another claim was that the pills made men more potent if they would read the entire contents of 200 words and notice the 150 pics while taking a pill.
"I was just a kid back then who did odd jobs for Lord GaGa when he was selling the pills", stated 90-year-old Buford GaGa. "Actually, I don't think Lord GaGa sold all that many pills. But BOY did he sell the magazines that endorsed his product."
"We 12-year-old boys loved them and Lord GaGa brought out a new magazine of new "Miracle Pills" every two weeks so that we could get them into the hands of those seeking pills with all new 'Before & After ' pics of the naked folk at 50 cents a magazine."
As of 1945, when the magazines were stopped by the government, Lord GaGa had sold an estimated 100,000 pills through the 5,000, 000 sales magazines.