Lady Gaga recently gave her piece of mind to a protester for his hurtful comments on homosexuality. The singer, who fights for gay rights, was confronted by a protester with a placard that read - 'Trust in Christ or end in hell'.
Here is what the conversation goes in the footage for her latest Gagavision internet show posted on YouTube – The protester said, “Your pervert ways don't quite equate to what God is all about... you know, the homo stuff." She replied, "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."
The 'Poker Face' hitmaker said that it's sad that her fans have to see all those written on the placard. “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," Contactmusic quoted the singer as saying.