As her Born This Way Ball’s world tour continues, Lady Gaga arrived in South Korea this week, where her critics have blasted her for promoting homosexuality and promiscuity.
She’s on stage tonight in Seoul, where there are anti-Gaga protest banners outside the stadium:
South Korea’s loftily-titled Alliance for Sound Culture In Sexuality is responsible for the campaign, reports the AFP. The group warns that Gaga is “spreading unhealthy sexual culture” through “lewd lyrics and performances.”
She’s set for worse when she gets to Indonesia, where Muslims say they will not tolerate her risqué outfits and general sexiness.
Her show, which she describes as an electro-metal pop-opera, will hit four cities here in Australia in June and July. See details here.