London (ANI): Singer Lady Gaga has sparked new controversy over her sexuality with new music video 'Telephone". A pixelated moment in the music clip has left people speculating on the singer"s sexuality once again. The video shows two transvestite guards strip her down to a pair of fishnet tights in a prison.
GaGa's private parts are pixelated, as the guards walk away saying: "I told you she didn't have a d**k. It's interesting because in fact I was wearing opaque tights on underneath fishnets," the Daily Express quoted the 23-year-old pop star, as telling The Sun.
She added: "The idea is that it's an unanswered question. You kind of see whatever it is you see personally. Whether people think I was naked or think otherwise, it's meant to be subjective to whoever is watching it. It's pixelated for that reason but it's interesting to see the different ways people view it."
Referring to the pixelation, GaGa said: "I've heard it's been blurred out so you don't know if she's a man or a woman. Others have said she's had it cut off or she's doing full-frontal nudity in the video. It's all down to each person's interpretation as to what they are missing."
However, RnB singer India Arie believes the 'Poker Face" hitmaker has gone bit too far. She Tweeted: "Don"t be offended this is all MY opinion… Am I the only one who thinks the "telephone" video is going a bit too far? I"m not referring to the abstract nature of the video … I"m talking about the IMAGERY – the unspoken back story, the language the message. I agree gaga is being her image .. I dig her creative mind But still … Thers a such thing as socially irresponsible… I"m just sayin."