Lady Gaga and the Camorra

Written by Evil

Tuesday, 8 October 2013

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A spokesman for the Camorra says that his organization wants the money that is owed to them.

Through an internet news site, Lady Gaga sends a secret message to the Camorra crime family in Italy that she owes them $26 million dollars for performing concert's in Italy with their blessings. She assures the Camorra that she will pay them the money that she owes them.

A day after she sends the message, she discovers, through an old news article, that the police put the most powerful crime boss of the Camorra, Pasquale Russo, under arrest in 2009, she then decides not to pay the Camorra the money she owes them for the services they provided.

"I decided to steal $26 million dollars from the Camorra after discovering of Pasquale Russo's arrest, even though I performed in Italy with their permission and I owe them money," said Lady Gaga.

Lady Gaga whose real name is "Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta" has a net worth of $190 million.

Her lawyers are advising her to pay the Camorra their $26 million dollars because it's equal to less than 25 cents when compared to her savings of $190 million dollars.

Her legal team tells her that she will easily recover the $26 million dollars from the millions in royalties she will receive for the rest of her life, from the millions in endorsement deals, from the millions that will come from photo shoots when she is contracted as a model, and from the millions she will receive from concerts she will be scheduled to perform in.

A spokesman for the Camorra argues that his organization spends millions of Euros in Italy and this supports the Italian economy when their money circulates throughout Italy.

They complain that Lady Gaga takes 4.6 million Euros of the Camorra's circulated money from each concert she performs at, while in Italy. They feel they deserve compensation for their services because she takes away their circulated money to foreign countries to enjoy pleasures the money provides when that money should stay in Italy to support the Italian economy.

Strauss Kahn, a world-renowned economist, agrees with the Camorra. "She needs to pay the Camorra their money," said Kahn.

Italian politicians are arguing on behalf of the Camorra by saying that Catholic priest get paid for giving their blessings during baptisms, so why can't Lady Gaga pay the Camorra.

Even though she is aware that she owes the Camorra $26 million dollars she tells People Magazine that she has lost her respect for the Camorra because they are not as powerful as they were in the past. She further stated that she is willing to pay her hair stylist, but not the Camorra.

The Camorra are not the only ones who got robbed by Lady Gaga, she got sued and accused by her producer of not paying up to $30 Million on royalties. It looks as if another one of Lady Gaga's ex musical collaborators is asking for money from the star.

She has also been accused of not paying her ex bassist the royalties that he had reportedly earned while helping her create different songs on her début album. The man goes by the name Tommy Kafafian, and he claims that he has not received any money for the work that he did on Lady Gaga's original début album, regardless of her Grammy win and the sales that the album had generated.

"I understand how the Camorra feels because Lady Gaga also robbed me," said Tommy Kafafian.

He has said that he will not pursue suing Lady Gaga, and instead has said that he will spend all of his energy in ensuring that his music will break the big time one day and he will be able to rub it in Lady Gaga's face when it does.

For now the Camorra has lost face to Lady Gaga just like dozens of other people who got robbed by the Monster Queen.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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