Sharon Osbourne and Lady Gaga Feud: The Talk Cohost Asks Singer to Take Action Against "Violent" Fans

"My opinion is, Gaga wants a kinder world. Don't let your fans be so hideously damaging, hurtful, violent, spread violence on your website," Osbourne said

By Bruna Nessif Jan 15, 2013 12:35 AMTags
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Oh, this feud between Sharon Osbourne and Lady Gaga is still going strong.

Kelly Osboune said that she is a fan of the singer, perhaps in hopes of squashing the beef they had with each other, but Kelly's mum still has a bone to pick with Mother Monster—as she so clearly voiced on The Talk today.

After explaining Gaga's Born This Way Foundation to viewers, Sharon noted that one of her little monsters "could quite easily pick up a gun and kill somebody, namely they said my daughter."

Osbourne then mentioned that she sent a letter to Gaga's manager asking him to have the singer put a stop to her fans' violence "because this time, they [the fans] brought my son into it and they said that my son didn't have MS, that he was just a retard. And I should die, my husband should die, we should all die in a car crash."

"My opinion is, Gaga wants a kinder world. Don't let your fans be so hideously damaging, hurtful, violent, spread violence on your website. If you are a Mother Monster, monitor it," she continued. "She has a huge group of people that work for her that monitor her website. Why haven't you, as a responsible young woman, said 'No violence on my website, no violence, no threats, no violence.'  

"However, everything is guns, guns, guns…Cut to her first performance on this new tour. She's wearing two guns coming out of her breasts. Now, on her website, if anybody had the time to pick out how many times guns, guns, guns were mentioned, this is not right and she should be stopped."

Since Gaga's manager never responded to Sharon's letter, The Talk cohost took it upon herself to publicly ask the singer to crack down on the behavior of her own little monsters.

"All I'm asking her to do is to say, stay true to her foundation, which she said she wants the world to be a braver, kinder world.  Don't wear guns, don't allow your fans to use the word guns on your website, on your Twitter. Don't do it. Have it stopped. One word from her, they will stop...

"One young person that wants attention. One person that wants attention, it takes nothing for this to happen. Over her not wanting to lean out to her little monsters to say, 'Hey guys, I love you, I understand you, not everyone does.  Please don't be violent on my site,' because it reflects badly on her."