Lady Gaga Naked Pics All Over Twitter as She Ended Friendship with Perez Hilton [PHOTOS]

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Celebrity blogger Perez Hilton has been posting a series of naked photos of singer Lady Gaga since last week.

Perez Hilton posted the naked photos of Lady Gaga from her latest magazine shoot as the two continue to bicker over issues, ending their friendship.

Hilton tweeted the photos and attached links to articles discussing the waning popularity of the singer and how her new songs sounded so familiar. Perez also switched camps and lift up Katy Perry and commended the "Teenage Dream" singer how good her single is.

Now, the gossip blogger and the hit maker snipe back and forth through their Twitter accounts.

Gaga said, "I certainly feel that at this time it's almost as if people are surprised they haven't already destroyed me. It's literally not even been two weeks since my first single came out and it's all, 'She's over,' or because I'm not number one yet, 'She's finished.' If you think I give a damn about money then you don't know me as an artist at all."

Lady Gaga also revealed on Twitter that on the day of her accident, Hilton sent her a photo of herself in a wheelchair with the word "karma" written on it, along with an image of Madonna pointing a gun at her.

According to "Born This Way" singer, their falling out started when she was in a hospital recovering from a broken hip due to an accident and Perez posted a photo of her on a wheelchair on his blog. Gaga then urged the "monsters" to boycott the blog and accused Perez of cyber bullying.

Another incident that allowed the fight to escalate is when Gaga accused Perez of being a stalker when the latter was spotted looking for an apartment in Gaga's NYC building. Perez then responded to the accusation that he did not know where she lives and that he looked at a dozen other apartments that day.

What do you think of the ongoing feud between Perez Hilton and Lady Gaga? Let us know in the comments section. See the slideshow for the photos of Lady Gaga.

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