Lady Gaga is set to start touring on April 27 in Seoul, South Korea. A government agency has banned anyone from under the age of 18 to attend the concert. First it was to be a 12 and over show, but the Korea Media Rating board has given no reason as to why they changed the age, but it is speculated that since there are many religious groups against Lady Gaga, they changed the age. Now Lady Gaga is speaking out. She tweeted that she wished to thank anyone and everyone who are speaking out against this ruling. She feels that parents should be given the opportunity to decide what their children may see. Lady Gaga has performed in Seoul before in 2009 and the age was 12 and over. Last month, a Christian group said that they opposed Lady Gaga since she supports homosexuality as well as saying she had evil spirits. Another group claims that the song “Just Dance” has some lyrics that are harmful to the children because they refer to drinking in the song. Many people say that the ruling is out of touch with today’s society and should be changed. There have been many hot debates over it.
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April 8, 2012 by 1 Comment