This Lady Gaga Conspiracy Theory Has The Internet Freaking Out

Tabitha Britt

Okay, so as a disclaimer, you should know that this story is based on a completely made-up conspiracy theory that's been making its rounds on Twitter and the blogosphere for the past week and a half.

Now, with that being said, let's delve into the craziness that is Lady Gaga.

According to Twitter user @PRAYINGMANTIS (also known as "Retired Hoe"), Stefani Germanotta (aka Lady Gaga) murdered Lina Morgana in 2008.

Morgana was said to have committed suicide on October 4, 2008, by jumping off the roof of a Staten Island hotel. She was only 19 at the time of her death.

And, as mentioned by this savvy Twitter user, while Gaga has never spoken about Morgana's death, Morgana's mother, Yana Morgana, has spoken out about Gaga copying her look.

"I'm doing this because I want to keep her spirit alive," Yana the Post. "Lady Gaga is holding Lina's soul, and I want her soul to be free."

Yana said that she wants Gaga to release the recordings they made together and to acknowledge that Gaga's persona – her dark look and artistic style – were influenced by her daughter, Lina.

According to Lina's ex-manager, the two recorded 12 songs together that were not released.

"Every other word she says is from Lina," Yana Morgana told the Post. "She talks about having a dark and tragic life, but she had everything she wanted in the world. She went to [the same] high school as Nicky Hilton, her parents were rich. But Lina did have a tough life, and she often talked about her tragic life."

"It was the same style, the same look, the same music, the same voice, the same jaw line - the way they expressed themselves," Schwab said. "And I was like, 'Is that Lina?' It was so, so shocking. It was like looking at a ghost."

"We, as a family, do not believe that Lina committed suicide. Lina's mom [Yana] wants only one thing - for Lina's songs to be released... for Lina's voice to be spread, for her gift to be shared with the world. Isn't it fair to ask for the girl's dream to finally come true?"

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