Gaga Lebanon Ban
June 7, 2011 by Post Team
The Los Angeles Times reports that the boxes full of Lady Gaga’s new album were intercepted during shipment last week and have been confiscated by police. An official of the Office of Censorship in Lebanon, said, “We have recorded the CD on the basis that the music was offensive to religion.”
A variety of sources are guessing the ban has been placed because of the tracks of “Judas” and “Bloody Mary”, which contain references to Christian religious figures in their letters. The country is known to be very sensitive to the materials contained controversial religious references. Since last April, the Lebanese radio stations have been banned from playing “Judas.”
However, reports indicate that the prohibition of the album is temporary until the Lebanese authorities to decide on further action.
This is not the first time that Lady Gaga’s music has been banned overseas. The song “Born This Way” has been banned in Malaysia because of its pro-gay lyrics.
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