Lady Gaga Releases New Song "Do What U Want" After Epic Twitter Rant, Posts New Booty Shot on Twitter: Listen Now

Entertainment Oct. 21, 2013 AT 8:20AM

Okay, Lady Gaga, we get it! The pop superstar, 27, released new single "Do What U Want," featuring R. Kelly, past midnight on Monday, Oct. 21. The up-tempo, sexy electronic track ("Do what you want with my body . . . ") features a provocative (of course!) cover image featuring the backside of a blonde-haired woman (Gaga, presumably) wearing tiny G-string underwear.

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Several hours before, on Sunday afternoon, the Grammy winner got fans psyched for the second official ARTPOP single ("Do What U Want" is a followup to "Applause") by ranting somewhat strategically in all caps on Twitter.

Lady Gaga's new single
Lady Gaga's new single "Do What U Want" featuring R. Kelly
Credit: Courtesy of Lady Gaga

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"LADY GAGA IS FAT NOW!" she began. "LADY GAGA IS A REDUCTIVE MADONNA COPY! SHE'S OVER NOW!" She continued of various over-the-top rumors that have plagued her over the years: "LADY GAGA IS A HERMAPHRODITE! LOOK AT THIS PIC OF HER D*CK LADY GAGA IS ON DRUGS! HER CAREER IS OVER! (been an addict for 10years) My recovery is a daily battle"

Continued the LGBT activist: "GOD HATES LADY GAGA! #YouCantHaveMyHeart ill always fight for equality, got my own relationship with God."

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Gaga commented on the fall 2013 competition on the charts with Katy Perry, and neverending comparisons with her predecessor Madonna: "APPLAUSE didn't DEBUT AT #1! KATY IS BETTER THAN HER! #UWontUseMyMind I write for the music not the charts . . . MADONNA HATES GAGA SHES OVER youtube.com/watch?v=emGPMi… i dont need anybodys permission to be remembered. I will be."

Listen to "Do What U Want" now and tell Us: What do you think?

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