In an interview with British magazine NME, Lady Gaga denies being a prefabricated pop star and sends a clear message to her detractors.
On the cover of the magazine, Gaga poses dressed in a seamless combination. Only zippers conceal her private parts.
Some believe Gaga employs songwriters to pen her hits.
“If you want me to be a manufactured act, you can f— off,” she stated about the accusations.
In a speech peppered with expletives, Gaga praises her talent. “Let me tell you something. If you f—ing rip my hairbow and my wig off my f—ing head, my shoes, my bra, every single thing on my body, and you throw me on a piano with a microphone, I will f—ing make you cry,” she says.
Gaga also claims she’s never satisfied with her songs. Listening to her songs, she feels discomfort and she even went as far as comparing herself to John Lennon, who was also often dissatisfied with his compositions.
“In John Lennon’s  Playboy interview he talked about how he hated certain songs because of the way they were finished. And they might be my favorite songs, but Lennon couldn’t listen to them,” the eccentric artist says.
The star also defended her prosthetics recently in Harper’s Bazaar. “Well, first of all, they’re not prosthetics. They’re my bones,” she said in the issue. “They’ve always been inside of me, but I have been waiting for the right time to reveal to the universe who I truly am. They come out when I’m inspired.”
This issue of NME is available starting April 19 in print and digital form.