'Lady Gaga' Banned in "China" - China has established that Lady Gaga is a real monster. Lady gaga as the pop star has banned the pop star by the communist state, this time to meet with the Dalai Lama for the second time in her career.
Gaga sat with the Tibetan spiritual leader on Sunday during the United Nations Conference of Mayors for a discussion about the need for compassion and kindness. Showing that they do not know the words’ meaning, China's propaganda department issued a so named an essential important instructions prohibit any mention singer of the Poker face from the party controlled news agencies and order her music derived from the Chinese site.
According to the Guardian, Lady Gaga’s music player is still available in China, such as Netease cloud music and QQ music on Monday, despite the fact that the story of her meeting along with the Dalai Lama has been removed from the main sites for the NetEase. CCTV state run network and Global Times and newspaper People's Daily were also ordered to write a story condemning the meeting.
China’s foreign ministry spokesman hong lei asked a whether he believed that the meeting between Gaga and the Dalai Lama said, but for a full exchange of "Who?" - As mentioned Gaga, mind you - was infected, it is the official version of the press conference.
This is not the first time that China country has shunned by the poker face singer, Lady Gaga. She had been barred from the country after the born this way’s release in 2011, a restriction which was only lift the restrictions in 2014. The country does not have it's just for her, either. Bon Jovi, Bjork, Selena Gomez, Maroon 5, Oasis (as what is required) is all on the list of Chinese shit. Many of these acts have found themselves after they express support in one form from the Dalai Lama, a man in China's views separatist bent on launching theocracy in Tibet. The Dalai Lama at the same time that all he wants is independence from China.
Watch the conversation that what upset the whole country, the whole existence of a star is cleared of the public media. Gaga appears on the 1:00:00 mark, immediately after the Dalai Lama’s speech. You can also check out the interviews before the panel performed by Lady Gaga with the Dalai Lama on her own Facebook page. That’s all about 'Lady Gaga' Banned in "China".