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Entertainment News: News

Fri 3 Sep, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


Apple left out a string of tweets in which Gaga lauds the downfall of California's anti-gay marriage law in its introduction of Ping, the new iTunes-based social network which lets you connect with artists and other music fans

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Apple’s new social networking site Ping has come under fire only a few days after its release after it was caught to have removed Lady Gaga’s tweets in support of gay marriage.

The site Gawker reported that the site had removed a number of tweets that the Bad Romance singer had tweeted to her 5.3 million followers on the social networking site.

“Apple left out a string of tweets in which Gaga lauds the downfall of California's anti-gay marriage law in its introduction of Ping, the new iTunes-based social network which lets you connect with artists and other music fans.”

The new iTunes social network links up with Twitter and music artists and fans of similar genres of music but was recently questioned when they deleted the stars posts.

Gaga wrote on her own account the following on her own account but it was later removed from the Ping site:


“At the moments notice of PROP 8 DEATH I instantly began to write music, BUBBLE DREAMS FOREVER!

FULL EQUALITY! THIS IS JUST THE BEGINNING!”

“REJOICE and CELEBRATE gay communities and straight all over the world,” she tweeted moments later. “Our voices are being heard! Loud! SCREAM LOUD AMERICANOS!”

 

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