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    Lady Gaga Violent Gun 'Fame' Ad Revealed

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    Intense never-before-seen footage from Lady Gaga's 'Fame' perfume ad has been revealed on YouTube. Hey guys thank for tuning back in to ClevverMusic, it's good to see you again. Lady Gaga launched her very first fragrance in September, called 'Fame'. New footage from her 'Fame' ad commercial has been unveiled on a YouTube account titled Mary Jane Holland and the video is disturbing, to say the least. The 42-second clip has no words, but starts off with the message, "Warning: The use of violence in this film is a comment on the duality of fame." The video also explains, "Luxury propels vanity into dangerous places". Then, we see this.

    The gun scene is shocking and can easily be interpreted the wrong way, and on top of that all the victims are men. We don't believe Gaga condones guns or violence, but is demonstrating a point of the downside of fame using the controversial topic of firearms. To be fair, she did put a warning at the beginning of the footage to warn the viewer. Do you think the dead bodies and the gun shots were too much for a perfume ad? Tell us if you think she went too far with this scene. Little Monsters, don't forget you should subscribe to our YouTube channel, and I'll see you next time with more music updates. Bye!