Fed Ex’s tweet to a Lady Gaga fan account is going viral and fans are loving it.
It started when a Lady Gaga fan account took one of her Instagram photos where she’s wearing a face mask in a truck to deliver her new album Chromatica (out tonight!)
The fan account tweeted, “[email protected] @FedExHelp this woman almost hit me while driving down my block delivering packages for you. I wrote her plates down just in time.. it read ‘PSSYWGN’ please do something immediately.”
Fed Ex help responded directly to the fan account, writing, “Hello, this is Lisa. I’m sorry to hear of this incident. Please DM as much information as possible. Name, address, phone number, email address, truck number, and if it was a FedEx Express, Ground, or Home Delivery truck so that I can report this to the appropriate station.”
The sincere response from Fed Ex is garnering lots of responses from fans who are in on the joke.
If you missed it, Lady Gaga released a brand new song this morning featuring a special guest!
Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande marked the unofficial start of summer this week by releasing their shimmery, much-anticipated duet, “Rain on Me.”
But fans may be surprised to learn their union wasn’t exactly an organic one ― at least not at first.
In an interview with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe released Friday, Gaga said she was initially “too ashamed to hang out” with Grande, despite the fact that the two women “connected right away” once they did get together.
“She was so persistent,” Gaga said. “She would try over and over again to be friends with me. … And eventually, she called me on my shit. She was [like], ‘You’re hiding.’ And I was, ‘I am hiding. I’m totally hiding.’”
The 11-time Grammy winner didn’t clarify why she was so reluctant to forge a friendship with Grande at first. Later in the interview, however, she opened up about her “masochistic tendencies,” implying that she was concerned about being a bad influence on the younger star.
Watch the “Rain on Me” video below.
Fortunately for the world, the two soon forged a kinship ― and it wound up being a “beautiful, very healing process” for Gaga.
“It was just so awesome to watch her,” she said. “That woman has been through some really tough, really hard life-testing stuff, undoubtedly.”
“Rain on Me” will appear on Gaga’s sixth studio album, “Chromatica,” due out next week. The album’s promotional cycle got off to a solid start with its anthemic first single, “Stupid Love,” in February.
Like many artists, however, Gaga opted to postpone the album’s release as concerns over the spread of the coronavirus grew. In spite of the delay, she stayed busy by co-organizing Global Citizen’s One World: Together at Home concert, featuring appearances by Taylor Swift and Jennifer Lopez, among others.
“It’s been a very difficult time for a lot of people,” Gaga said in the interview Friday. “I wanted to do something to help the world that was very focused.” She called “Chromatica” a “beautiful abstraction of my perception of the world.”
“I just wanted to wait for a second and do something specific. And then when it felt appropriate, I was like, ‘OK, we can get abstract,’” she said.
Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande are about to take over the pop scene with their collaboration “Rain on Me” from Gaga‘s new album Chromatica, due out on Friday (May 22) – but Ariana is looking back at the moment!
The 26-year-old “thank u, next” pop star found a very old tweet of hers about the 34-year-old “Stupid Love” singer on Twitter – and it’s pretty incredible considering that the two are now on a track together.
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“Lady Gaga is the most incredible and dedicated performer I’ve ever seen. I. Love. Her. Speechless <3," she wrote back all the way back in 2009.
“woaaah @ladygaga,” Ariana wrote on Thursday (May 21), quote-tweeting her own tweet from over a decade ago. So cool!