Even after tirelessly campaigning for the Democratic nominee, the 34-year-old singer was unable to sway her dad, 63, who owns two restaurants in New York City.
‘@realDonaldTrump 2020,’ Germanotta tweeted, sparking a number of queries over his clashing view with the 11-time Grammy winner.
Lady Gaga’s father, Joe Germanotta, is still supporting Donald Trump’s reelection bid, despite the president dissing his daughter for endorsing Joe Biden on Monday night; seen in 2018
The owner of Joanne Trattoria explained: ‘You may have noticed my political and spiritual beliefs are different. liberty and freedom of choice would not be political.’
One fan of the singer questioned how he could ‘publicly state’ his political choice after his ‘own daughter was literally getting insulted by Donald Trump days ago.’
Meanwhile, another social media user called him ‘courageous’ before slamming his eldest child for performing at a drive-thru rally for Biden, earlier this week.
‘@realDonaldTrump 2020,’ Germanotta tweeted, sparking a number of queries over his clashing view with the 11-time Grammy winner
Vocal: The owner of Joanne Trattoria explained: ‘You may have noticed my political and spiritual beliefs are different. liberty and freedom of choice would not be political’
Upsetting: Germanotta’s tweets come less than 24 hours after President Trump slammed Lady Gaga at an event in Avoca, near Scranton, Pennsylvania; pictured on November 3, 2020
Germanotta’s tweets come less than 24 hours after President Trump slammed Lady Gaga at an event in Avoca, near Scranton, Pennsylvania.
‘He’s got Lady Gaga, Lady Gaga, I could tell you plenty of stories. I could tell you stories about Lady Gaga, I know a lot of stories,’ the 74-year-old politician said.
On the same night, at a Biden rally in Pittsburgh, the star said: ‘Like me, you’ve experienced the last four years, and have all the evidence you need to look at this choice, and know in your heart, without any doubt, that Joe Biden is the right choice.’
Politically at odds: Despite the 34-year-old singer tirelessly campaigning for the Democratic nominee, she was unable to sway her dad, 63, who owns two restaurants in New York City (seen in 2017)
‘Vote like your life depends on, or vote like your children’s lives depend on it, because they do,’ she continued.
Before ending her speech, she asked all the women and men ‘with daughters, and sisters, and mothers,’ to ‘vote against Donald Trump, a man who believes his fame gives him the right to grab one of your daughters, or sisters, or mothers or wives by any part of their bodies.’
She concluded: ‘Vote for Joe. He’s a good person.’
‘Vote like your life depends on, or vote like your children’s lives depend on it, because they do,’ she said at a Biden rally on Monday night
Later, on the eve of Election Day, she performed her hit Shallow and reminisced about living with her ex-fiancé Taylor Kinney in Lancaster, Pennsylvania
While speaking to swing-state voters, she spoke of her former flame, saying: ‘I know, it didn’t work out. I loved him so much, it just did not work out. But I still love my Pennsylvania guy. I love Joe! So Joe’s my new Pennsylvania guy.’
In the middle of singing her next track, You and I, at the piano, she then took a moment to apologize to her current beau, Michael Polansky, for talking about her ex.
Happy in love: In the middle of singing her track You and I, she apologised to Michael, saying: ‘I’m sorry I had to do this whole “Pennsylvania, I dated a guy here” thing’
‘To my boyfriend here tonight, I’m sorry I had to do this whole ‘Pennsylvania, I dated a guy here’ thing, I love you so much, but it’s true,’ she said mid-concert.
The Oscar winner and Kinney first met while shooting her music video for You and I, in which he starred as her on-screen love interest, and they dated for five years from 2011 to 2016.
Meanwhile, the superstar and Polansky were first romantically linked in late 2019, months after she ended her engagement to Christian Carino.
Pennsylvania lovers: The Oscar winner and Kinney first met while shooting her music video for You and I, in which he starred as her on-screen love interest (pictured in 2016)
Apology: Lady Gaga apologised to boyfriend Michael Polansky (pictured) after saying she loved ex-fiancé Taylor Kinney ‘so much’ while performing at a Joe Biden rally on Monday
The musical icon also broke her silence on being accused of mocking ‘rednecks’ after she posted a video endorsing Biden for president in head-to-toe camouflage.
‘You know, I put some country clothes on the other day, and said I was voting for Joe and, you know, because I wear Cabela’s when I’m on a four-wheeler in Pennsylvania,’ she began. ‘I will not be told what I can and cannot wear to endorse our future president.
‘So this is what I have to say about that: I might not always look like you, but I am you,’ Gaga continued. ‘We are each other.’
Biden supporter: Gaga, who leans liberal and is a vocal advocate for LGBTQA+ rights, women’s rights, BIPOC, and sexual assault survivors joked that it was no secret who she was supporting
In the remaining days leading up to the US election on Tuesday, November 3, she has worked hard to influence Pennsylvania, which was previously won by Trump won in 2016.
The living legend has been vocal throughout this election season and recently doubled her efforts in a highly produced video that showed the beauty back in her VMA meat dress and Poker Face bodysuit in order to get out the vote.
In an impassioned speech, Gaga – who already mailed in her own ballot – reminded her 44.8 million followers that ‘you can vote early but you can’t vote late’ and directed them to the Howtovote website.
A little bit country: The musical icon also broke her silence on being accused of mocking ‘rednecks’ after she posted a video endorsing Biden for president in head-to-toe camouflage