After Gaga regained control of her Twitter account, she posted a warning to the perps on her page. "Whoever is hacking my Twitter must answer to 10 million monsters and Twitter police," she threatened. "#Don'tMakeMeCallTheApostles," she added, playing up her newest persona as a disciple of Jesus in her new song 'Judas.' Gaga apparently deleted whatever the hackers posted to her page -- the last tweet before her warning to the hackers is about the latest installment of her documentary webisode series 'GagaVision.' Judging by Gaga's strong response, the hackers must have been haters. The sensitive star reportedly still questions her own success and breaks down in tears in a teaser for her upcoming HBO concert special, calling herself a "loser."
Gaga's 9,602,327 Twitter followers makes her the most-followed Tweeter on the social site, followed by the only other star to hit the 9M follower milestone, Justin Bieber. Mother Monster's Twitter threat follows her recent F-bomb filled rant against an NME magazine reporter who suggested she might be a Madonna rip-off.
A hacker is probably the last thing the super-busy star needs these days -- Gaga is set to perform her new, provocative hit 'Judas' on 'Ellen' this Thursday and to premiere the highly anticipated, controversial 'Judas' video on 'American Idol' next week.
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