The Pasay City arena is still crammed with “little monsters” on Tuesday during the second night of controversial American pop star Lady Gaga.
Gaga once again performed her greatest hits during her second part of her two-night concert, and also performed her infamous song, “Judas.”
“Judas” earned a lot of criticisms from some religious groups in the country because they believed that the song was “Satanic” and they also assumed that the song insults their religious beliefs.
Even though there are no religious moralists protesting in front of the venue, Lady Gaga apparently shared her thoughts regarding her critics.
During the concert, Gaga reportedly stated her stance against homophobia.
“I respect you, I respect your culture but I can’t stand homophobia and hatred!” Gaga said.
She also added that she will miss her Filipino fans and the Philippines.
At this time, Lady Gaga will now fly to Bangkok, Thailand in her continuation of the Lady Gaga Asian Tour.
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