Lady Gaga to Cathy Horyn in New Mugler Rap: 'Your Style Ain't Dick'

Nicola Formichetti has been collaborating with Lady Gaga for years now and their latest partnership debuted during Wednesday night's Mugler show. And it's...interesting. The show, which was awesome, was scored by a new Lady Gaga rap track. Yes, rap. And while Gaga's voice was distorted to make her sound like a dude for some reason, the words were definitely hers, proving yet again that you don't fuck with a Mugler woman.
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Nicola Formichetti has been collaborating with Lady Gaga for years now and their latest partnership debuted during Wednesday night's Mugler show. And it's...interesting. The show, which was awesome, was scored by a new Lady Gaga rap track. Yes, rap. And while Gaga's voice was distorted to make her sound like a dude for some reason, the words were definitely hers, proving yet again that you don't fuck with a Mugler woman.
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Nicola Formichetti has been collaborating with Lady Gaga for years now and their latest partnership debuted during Wednesday night's Mugler show. And it's...interesting.

The show, which was awesome, was scored by a new Lady Gaga rap track. Yes, rap. And while Gaga's voice was distorted to make her sound like a dude for some reason, the words were definitely hers, proving yet again that you don't fuck with a Mugler woman. The song is called "Cake," which means either "ass" or "money" in rap speak, depending on the context. You can watch the full show video and hear the song below, but we've pulled out some of the most interesting lyrics, which address Cathy Horyn (who Gaga is not a fan of, as she's expressed multiple times) and her overly publicized weight gain:

Nicopanda got style trick, Cathy Horyn your style ain't dick / Walk a mile in these foot high heels, I run in these you ain't runnin' shit / You chew beef, I wear meat

And, later:

I'm gettin' fat and so is my bank / I'm on a sold out world tour bitch

We wonder how Cathy Horyn feels about being mentioned in a rap song by an international pop star. Regardless of the er, unflattering, context, it's a pretty awesome sign you've made it when your name starts popping up in Lady Gaga songs.

In related news, Into the Gloss discovered that Formichetti has also apparently been emailing with Kim Kardashian (we guess Kanye has been incorporating some Mugler into Kim's wardrobe)--how ironically perfect would some sort of Kim K/Nicola collab be?