London, (ANI): Lady Gaga and Jamie Foxx's songs have been branded as musical equivalent of junk food by a Boston teen panel.
The panel, working with the Boston Public Health Commission to encourage healthy teenage relationships, said Foxx's “Blame It" and Lady Gaga's “Bad Romance" and “Paparazzi" are songs with 'unhealthy relationship ingredients'.
The commission released its list based on a 'nutrition label' that rated popular songs on healthy relationship themes. However, Mario's “Break Up" topped the list of the most unhealthy relationship songs of 2009, reports the Mirror.
The list of top 10 songs with healthy themes included “Miss Independent" by Ne-Yo and “Meet Me Halfway" by the Black Eyed Peas.