Lady Gaga Is So Desperate For Attention That Even Instagram Is Worried About Her

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Lady Gaga leaving Good Morning America September 2013Lady Gaga has reached such an incredible low in her constant bids for attention that even Instagram is worried about her at this point. Instagram. Home of selfies and humblebrags and Kim Kardashian's post-baby body sending full-on sexts to Kanye West. Your one-stop-shop for all your attention-seeking needs. That Instagram.

They're worried about Lady Gaga because of a photo that she posted a few days ago that she apparently intended to be read as lyrics for track thirteen on her upcoming album — a song called 'Dope', according to the caption on the photo — but that could very easily be read as some sort of cry for help as well.

Lady Gaga Instagram letter lyrics Dope October 2013

My heart would break without you

Might not awake without you

Been hurtin' low

From living high for so long.

I'm sorry + I love you

Kind of scary phrasing, right? It freaked a lot of people out on her Instagram feed, which I think is pretty understandable, especially considering that last line. 'I'm sorry and I love you' is definitely reminiscent of a suicide note, and it makes sense to me that people would get a little panicky over that. Including Instagram, who I assume would prefer not to be used as a platform to disseminate those sorts of ideas to her millions of followers. Just a guess.

Which is probably why they sent her a letter, jusssst making sure she's okay, which Gaga then posted the first few lines of on her Twitter.

The text of the email that's visible is as follows:

“Members of the Instagram community have raised concerns for your well-being after seeing posts you've shared. We're reaching out to provide you with some important safety information.”

When you're so desperate for attention that Instagram is sending letters to you making sure you're okay and you don't do anything stupid, that might be a good time to reevaluate your choices. Okay buddy? Use some common sense or context with your phrasing, because you're making people nervous.

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