Lady Gaga does a good job of keeping her personal life out of the tabloids.
She literally disappeared after her hip injury. The only reason fans are sure she’s okay is because she has told us all that her new single “Applause” and new album ARTPOP will be coming soon.
Otherwise, we don’t know what that crazy lady is up to.
But her family may have ruined the private life she managed to hide from us all.
Joanne Trattoria, the Germanotta family restaurant, is rumored to be infested with mice.
According to Starcrush, Joanne Trattoria, named after Lady Gaga’s aunt, a painter who died of lupus at 19, “received an ‘A’ rating—then was promptly infested with mice the very same day (July 31).”
Witnesses dining at the Italian restaurant in NYC told RadarOnline that there were mice crawling all over eating bits and pieces of bread from the floor.
The Germanotta’s opened the restaurant back in February 2012, and have been battling the critics ever since.
And this mouse infestation doesn’t help.
One critic stated that Joanne Trattoria served “calamari like leather” and it was like eating “airplane food.”
That’s really harsh.
The restaurant’s grade went down to a B in June, and Mr. Germanotta was not happy about it.
On July 31st the restaurant got it’s A grade back, and Lady Gaga’s dad gloated about it all over twitter, stating:
“Were got it back. Never give up!”
“Got its A grade back. funny how @nypost doesn’t cover that. Where’s Mr Potatohead now?”
But he didn’t do his victory dance alone. The NYC mice joined in as well, ruining the reputation of the restaurant all over again.
Better set some traps, Mr. Germanotta, because your daughter can’t afford to have this kind of publicity while her new album is getting ready for release.