Lady Gaga Denies She's Changing Music Genres

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Thursday, 2 August 2012

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Lady Gaga's headphones which were given to her by Vice-President Joe Biden. (Photo courtesy of Sasha Obama).

LOS ANGELES - Lady Gaga flew out to the Left Coast to have dinner at one of her favorite all-time eateries, The La Brea Tar Pits Diner.

Ever since Lady Ga first patronized the eating establishment five years ago she has made it a point to visit the famous diner at least twice a year.

She last visited the famous La Brea Tar Pits back on January 13, of this year, when she met with her good friend Kate Gosselin.

Lady Gaga was the only celebrity who helped Kate when she was going through her stressful divorce from Jon "Mr. 3" Gosselin.

During her most recent trip to the land of the movies Lady Gaga also paid a visit to The Santa Monica Pier, Knott's Berry Farm, and the Hacienda Heights home where Bob Dylan reportedly wrote his hit song "Like A Rolling Stone."

The New York City native was asked by Vodka Vermicelli with iRumors about the rumor that she may be changing music genres and going from singing and recording pop rock music to singing and recording hip hop rap songs.

Lady Gaga told Miss Vermicelli that the rumor first started when she had been approached by Kanye West about recording a rap song with her.

She told Kim Kardashian's latest boyfriend that she is perfectly happy singing rock music and she has no desire to sing rap songs that include as much as 7,000 words per song.

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