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Gaga Defends Fan in TShirt Dispute

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Lady Gaga is sticking up for a teenage fan sent home from a Tennessee high school Monday for wearing a T-shirt that said, "I Love Lady Gay Gay."

While on tour in Australia, Gaga defended her little monster, as her fans are called, by posting messages of support on her Twitter page, according to the Toronto Sun. Teachers at Greenbrier High School said that the T-shirt, worn by 15-year-old Cole Goforth, was a "disruption."

"In a series of posts on her Twitter.com page, Gaga writes, 'Thank u for wearing your tee-shirt proud at school, you make me so proud... You are an inspiration to us all. I love you,'" the Toronto Sun reports.

Gaga continued: "Been in the studio for days and hours of record after record, and when I hear that a little monster (fan) was discriminated against BY TEACHERS... It reminds me of my commitment (and) love for you, and the deep unconditional devotion I feel to write music that will liberate you from prejudice."

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