Lady Gaga fans for dropping Pfizer’s migraine ad

Pop superstar and actress Lady Gaga found itself at the center of controversy after announcing its partnership with the pharmaceutical giant Pfizer for an ad campaign promoting a migraine medication.

The announcement sparked a heated debate on social media, with fans accusing the singer of putting profits over her fans’ well-being and supporting a pharmaceutical industry known for its questionable practices.

Read on for more details.

Lady Gaga hits back at fans with Pfizer partnership

Bafta Film Awards Red Carpet 2022

Singer Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta shared a photo of herself on “The Chromatic Ball Tour” last year with a huge drug watermark in the upper right corner. According to the Daily Mailthe campaign featuring Lady Gaga as the face of Pfizer’s new migraine drug, Nurtec ODT, received a wide response from her fans and followers.

In addition to the photo of Lady Gaga, other footage included details from Pfizer’s marketing team regarding safety information, side effects and general information about the migraine drug.

“I have been suffering from migraine pain since I was a child. The first time I tried Nurtec® ODT (rimegepant) 75 mg, I will never forget it, I wish I had found it sooner,” the post read in part.

“That is why I am proud to be a partner with Nurtec ODT. We are in this together. If you’re ready to see a doctor, ask about Nurtec ODT today. #MHAM” reads the caption.

Fans roast Lady Gaga in the campaign

Lady Gaga attends the premiere "House of Gucci" in Milan

Following the ‘Rain on Me’ hitmaker’s post, social media platforms were flooded with comments from disappointed fans who felt let down by their idol’s decision to partner with the pharmaceutical giant.

“This is so heartbreaking and frustrating,” one fan shared with her Instagram page. “There is not a single post about pride and the attacks our trans brothers and sisters have suffered. No fan interaction, no music, and even the chromatic ball seems to have been put down and all you care about now is money and paid partnerships. This is disappointing.”

Another fan wrote: “Your fans are extremely disappointed and ashamed. We miss the old Gaga, not the money-hungry shell of a person you’ve become.”

“Gaga, what’s going on?” asked one shocked fan. “Is this the matrix attack? Someone took over your account… that’s so scary of you.”

One fan called her post “embarrassing” and another asked her to “log out of her account”.

Lady Gaga’s fans are demanding new music

Lady Gaga stuns in a makeup-free photo for the beauty brand's milestone
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In addition to the backlash over Lady Gaga and Pfizer’s ad campaign, her fan base known as “Little Monsters” has also voiced their demand for new music from the pop icon. As the controversy over the pharmaceutical partnership unfolded, many fans recently took to social media to express their frustration, urging Lady Gaga to focus on her music career instead of her entrepreneurial endeavors when she announced the launch of her makeup company, Haus Labs, in the UK.

The comment section The Grammy-winning singer’s post has been flooded with requests to use her artistic talent and creativity to create new songs and albums.

Lady Gaga has been known for her ability to reinvent herself, delivering chart-topping hits that resonate deeply with her fans. Her previous albums, such as ‘Born This Way’ and ‘Joanne’, have all achieved critical acclaim and commercial success, cementing her position as one of the most influential and talented artists of her generation.

Lady Gaga commits misconduct in $500,000 bounty lawsuit


Based on CBS News, The “Shallow” singer is facing a legal battle over a $500,000 reward after her beloved French bulldogs were stolen in February 2021. Lady Gaga recently filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit, citing “conspiracy to defraud” and questioning the validity of the claim.

The incident happened in 2021, when his dog walker was attacked and two French bulldogs, Koji and Gustavo, were stolen. The singer immediately offered a substantial $500,000 reward for the “safe return” of her dogs, emphasizing her deep affection for her beloved pets.

According to the news site, a mysterious woman named Jennifer McBride returned the dogs the same day.

Koji and Gustav
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However, according to recent court documents, Lady Gaga claims that McBride was directly involved in the theft. The motion to dismiss claims a “conspiracy to defraud” that the plaintiff orchestrated to fraudulently extract the award money.

“Plaintiff Jennifer McBride is profiting from her participation in a crime. The law does not allow him to commit a crime and then profit from it,” the court documents read.

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