Over the weekend, less than 48 hours before the Election Day, Lady Gaga slams Melania Trump for a statement that denotes “hypocrisy”, according to the singer. The eccentric pop star tweeted as a reaction to Melania’s speech on Thursday and maintains her support for Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton. Her Twitter account has become a call to vote.


Lady Gaga gives "go vote" speech in North Carolina Caption: CNN

Lady Gaga gives “go vote” speech in North Carolina
Caption: CNN


Lady Gaga is just one of the myriad of famous faces that have an anti-Trump attitude. Robert de Niro, Beyonce and Jay-Z, Katy Perry and Adele – just to name a few more – are in the picture. Lady Gaga is one of the celebrities who have more recently reacted to anything Trump-related. In this case, the singer reacted to a speech that Donald Trump’s wife, Melania Trump gave a few days ago. During the speech, she said that her main focus would be to end cyber bullying.

“.@MELANIATRUMP to say u will stand for “anti-bullying” is hypocrisy. Your husband is 1 of the most notorious bullies we have ever witnessed”, tweeted Gaga, who is currently “wearing” the #VoteHillary above her name on Twitter. The singer has been – and is now, more than ever- vocal about her support for Hillary Clinton. “Don’t stand around and let this election pass by. WE MUST VOTE AND STAND STRONG TOGETHER. Go to the polls and vote for the kinder and braver Hillary.”

Melania Trump’s speech has been criticized by Hillary Clinton’s daughter, too. Chelsea Clinton called her Thursday speech “a little ironic” adding that the Trump Effect has led to  rise in bullying in schools. Another irony – of fate, this time – is that Chelsea and Trump’s daughter Ivanka are great friends. “She is someone I am really grateful to call my friend”, Hillary’s daughter told AJ Calloway from Extra TV over the weekend.