Lady Gaga, 29, is seriously pissed with an ice cream company who specialise in frozen treats, with the key ingredient being breast milk. But it’s not their unusual choice of ingredient she is bothered by, but rather the name they have used to market their product.
The company in question, namely The Licktators, have been selling an ice cream flavour called ‘Royal Baby Gaga’. A name which Lady Gaga herself doesn’t approve of, as she feels it has been stolen from her own.
Gaga is said to be taking legal action against the London-based company on the grounds of copyright infringement.Gaga's solicitors, Bear and Wolf, believe buyers of the product will believe it has been endorsed by Gaga herself, through the unauthorised use of her name.
However, the flavour was actually launched back in May, in honour of Princess Charlotte's birth. The human breast milk is donated then checked to make sure it is in line with 'hospital standards'.
A representative for The Licktators, Nadine O'Connor told The Mirror they did not believe they were making an infringement on copyright and that there is no connection between Lady Gaga and the ice cream flavour.
“We will not be bullied into removing content from social media relating to our product and subsequent media coverage," she said.
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