Lady Gaga Calls Out Wife Of America’s Biggest Cyberbully For ‘Hypocritical’ Anti-Bullying Speech

Lady Gaga has joined the chorus of those criticizing the wife of America’s most prominent cyberbully for lecturing Americans on how social media is being used to bully people.

Melania Trump spoke Thursday at a rally in Berwyn, Pennsylvania, calling on all Americans to be nicer to each other online and promising to make cyberbullying one of her top priorities as First Lady.

“I do worry about all of our children. As we know, now social media is a centerpiece of our lives. It can be a useful tool for connection and communication,” the Slovenian-born former model said. “Our culture has gotten too mean and too rough, especially to children and teenagers,” she added.

Gaga tweeted at Melania Sunday, calling her a hypocrite for proposing to fight online bullying while her husband is “(one) of the most notorious bullies we have ever witnessed.”

The star then urged her over 64 million followers to vote for Hillary Clinton, to “stop this dangerous man from continuing to divide and wreck our democracy.”

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