Twitter Goes Ballistic as Lady Gaga Tweets in Sanskrit

Pop icon Lady Gaga sent Twitterati into a frenzy on Sunday with a special message in Sanskrit

Gaga tweeted a famous Sanskrit saying – Lokah Samastah Sukhino Bhavantu. In English it means “May all beings everywhere be happy and free, and may the thoughts, words, and actions of my own life contribute in some way to that happiness and to that freedom for all.”

Following the message, some fans hailed her as a “wise queen” while others were clueless about the significance of the saying.

A Twitter user wrote, “we stan a wise queen!” along with a picture displaying the meaning of the Sanskrit quote.

Sharing a gif of Lady Gaga, another user wrote, “Us little monsters tryna figure out what dis means.”

Another one wrote, “She gon make me use Google Translate.” Yet another user even asked if the ‘Shallow’ singer has started “attending yoga classes.”

Unaware of the meaning of the tweet, a user wrote, “I agree with whatever you’ve just tweeted.”

Recently, the ‘Poker Face hit-maker got involved in a small accident. She even uploaded an X-ray of her hand reassuring that her bones are fine. As it turns out, she had a nasty fall while performing in Las Vegas.

The singer was performing at the sold-out show named ‘Enigma’ when she dropped off the Park MGM’s Park Theater stage and landed in the pit of the audience on her back.

A male fan who held the singer during the fall was also invited to the stage by Gaga. She greeted him with a hug after he was pulled from the audience.

She has had a few trysts with Hollywood, and her most famous movie is ‘A Star is Born’. Lady Gaga played a lead role alongside actor Bradley Cooper and Sam Elliott. At the Academy Awards, the movie got several nominations and won the award for Best Original Song.

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