Lady Gaga should be Queen Gaga when it comes to Twitter -- she has more followers than anyone else -- over 22 million followers to be exact. Justin Bieber trails closely behind her at over 19 million followers, and some Bieber fans want their star to be numero uno in the tweeting universe, which has led to a Twitter war of sorts.
Last week, a belieber tweeted:
“To all beliebers this is operation unfollow Lady Gaga. I'm sorry if your a 'little monster' but don't ou want Justin to be #1 followed on Twitter? Well here is the plan we all know that all beliebers with twitter follow Justin and we don't have to ceate a million accounts with this plan. First, it's simple to lok up Lady Gaga on Twitter. Next unfollow her. Simple! I'm not trying to trash Gaga or anything I am a fsan of her music but I think Justin should be #1 followed on Twitter! That's all but believers please spread the word for me okay? Thank you all that helped!"
And that’s how #OperationUnfollowGaga was born. But many of Gaga’s little monsters didn’t take this in stride, including ones who are fans of both Gaga and the Biebz. Some beliebers also tweeted their dismay, thinking this was tacky. Seems the whole unfollowing thing isn’t working, anyway. Gaga’s gotten even more Twitter followers since this all started, though odds are that original tweet wasn’t a clever scheme to inadvertently help the Mother Monster.
We’re not here to add to the Twitter beef, but we do have a Lady Gage versus Justin Bieber Act-Off going on! Which mega musician is going to get your action?
+ Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation
“Born This Way” is more than a song, everyone -- it’s a movement! Lady Gaga started the org with her mother Cynthia Germanotta (aka Grandmother Monster), to help make a “braver, kinder world.” Gaga got bullied as a kid for being “different” and she doesn’t want the bullying to continue. In her perfect world, everyone is accepted for who they are.
+ Justin Bieber and Pencils of Promise
The Biebz didn’t start Pencils of Promise, but his manger Scooter's brother Adam Braun did! JB has partnered up with the four-year-old org that has built more than fifty schools around the world. Almost 80 million kids don’t have a school education available to them, and Pencils is doing what it can to help. After the schools are built, PoP also offers education programs.