Lady Gaga faces off with protester

Los Angeles: Popstar Lady Gaga was faced by a protester outside one of her concerts who accused her of equating God with homosexuality.

The 25-year-old singer, an avid gay rights campaigner, was confronted by a placard waving protester outside the venue on her Monster Ball tour.

The campaigner was waving a placard declaring, `Trust in Christ or end in hell`.

In the footage of her latest Gagavision Internet show posted on YouTube, the `Born This Way` hitmaker is shown winding down her car window to talk to the unnamed protester, who told her, "Your pervert ways don`t quite equate to what God is all about, you know, the homo stuff."

"We really believe in God at my show. Don`t you think it`s hurtful (your message). I went to Catholic school for 13 years," said Gaga.

Later the popstar elaborated the incident and said, "What I`m trying to understand is, there`s 3,000 people standing in my line, and nobody standing in your line. Who`s going to hell?

"I think what`s mostly confusing is why he printed up these things, it says `Get out of hell free card`, if it were so easy to get out of hell why don`t we just print up a bunch of these? It just makes me sad my fans have to see that," she said.


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