A few days have gone by since Sharon Osbourne rehashed feud she has with Lady Gaga. Since then, Gaga’s responded back to Mrs. Ozzy, and now Sharon has taken her fight to the talk show she co-hosts on to tell the world what she thinks of the Born This Way singer.
If you recall, it all started when Gaga wrote an open letter to Sharon’s daughter, Kelly Osbourne, criticizing Kelly for bullying celebrities about their weight and fashion decisions on her E! show Fashion Police.
Sharon responded by basically calling Gaga a hypocrite, stating that Gaga’s fans have not only bullied her daughter, but have made violent threats against her.
The 26-year-old singer then took to her Facebook to write the following: “The ‘real world’ can be cruel, why not try to change it into a better place? I am an activist. Nobody takes adolescents seriously, I do.”
She continued: “My letter to Kelly Osbourne was open, because her statements on cyber-bulling were public & as a youth activist I’m compelled to be involved.”
Well, Sharon took to her co-hosting gig on The Talk Monday to give her two cents (again) on the topic and she brought up a few really good points. Sharon explains that ever since Gaga’s fans have been cyber-bullying daughter Kelly by making threats to kill her online, Sharon has tirelessly tried to get a hold of the Gaga’s people to ask them if Gaga could simply ask her fans to stop this bullying. Sharon also mentions that, with as many people Gaga has on her team to monitor the star’s website, you’d think they would edit out conversations about violence against other people. Mrs. Osbourne also went on to say she finds it irresponsible that with all of this, and all of the violence we’re experiencing in the U.S. right now, that Gaga would continue to don gun clothing at her concerts.
I think Sharon Osbourne is really hitting on some good points here. The clothing issue wouldn’t bother me at all really though if Gaga made it a point to connect with her fans to tell them that violence in any form is not right. I also don’t think she should condone any violence on her website. She definitely has the money and the means to edit her entire website to ensure the safety of her fans.
Anyway, go ahead and see Sharon’s side of the story below and tell us your thoughts!