Jerry Seinfeld is calling out Lady Gaga for her crude conduct at a New York Mets game after the diva took refuge from paparazzi in his private box at Citi Field.
Gaga stirred up headlines when she appeared at the June 10 baseball game in a befuddling outfit (a leather jacket draped over a black bikini) and held court from her front-row seat. When fans and photogs noticed her presence, they began snapping shots of the pop star. Gaga was not in a pic-taking mood, however, and started giving the flashbulbs the finger and moved to a private box to escape the attention. Turns out, the box belongs to Seinfeld.
"You give people the finger and you get upgraded? Is that the world we're living in now?" Seinfeld sounded off in an interview with WFAN radio, the New York Post reports. reports. "This woman is a jerk. I hate her. I can't believe they put her in my box, which I paid for."
Seinfeld also added that he didn't know that the pop star usurped his box until he showed up later on for a night game.
"I don't know what these young people think or how they promote their careers," said Seinfeld, slamming the diva's rowdy antics. "I'm not one of these all-publicity-is-good people. People talk about 'You need exposure' — you could die of exposure."
While she hasn't responded to Seinfeld's scolding just yet, Gaga did take to her Twitter page a day after the public got wind of her rambunctious behavior. "A middle finger is more New York than a corporate ambush. I bleed for my hometown, and I'd die for my fans."
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