Forget Avril Lavigne, There’s A New Twitter Conspiracy Theory About Lady Gaga And It’s Actually Fucking Terrifying

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OK, so I thought the whole “Avril-Lavigne-Died-And-Was-Replaced-By-A-Clone” thing was a little over the top, but that’s like Conspiracy Theory Lite compared to this new one about Lady Gaga. Because honestly, not only is it kind of harrowing, it’s also actually kind of believable.

We’ve seen a lot of “conspiracy theories” on Twitter this week, and a lot of them are actually pretty funny.

But this new one about Stefani Germanotta, otherwise known as Lady Gaga, sure isn’t making me laugh.

It starts out simple enough with an explanation about who Lina Morgana is and how Stefani Germanotta relates to her.

And this is where it starts to get a little dark.

So, what does Lady Gaga have to do with this? Twitter user @PRAYINGMANTIS laid it all out for us:

Apparently, Morgana’s family were pretty skeptical that her death was a suicide. It would seem like a pretty crazy idea if it weren’t for all the strange things surrounding Morgana’s death.

And a lot of it had to do with Lady Gaga herself.

If that’s not weird enough, there was also something weird about some of Gaga’s lyrics…

I’m not sure if you’re freaking out but I’m FREAKING OUT.

I’m not saying Lady Gaga killed Lina Morgana, but I’m also not saying she didn’t kill Lina Morgana. Something is definitely weird about this, and I will not rest until I find out. Someone please lmk if they have any more evidence. TC mark

Callie Byrnes

Callie is a professional Thought Catalog blogger by day and an amateur Tumblr blogger by night.

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