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Alas, say “bye bye” to Baby Gaga. Matt O’Connor, owner and idea man behind the Baby Gaga breast milk ice cream has taken it off the menu. Primarily because it sold out. The original dessert concoction, made from donated breast milk, sold out in a few days in spite of its luxe pricing of $27 a serving.

But also, because Lady Gaga got involved. Not one to miss an opportunity for publicity, she communicated with the Icecreamists in a real attention grabbing way: she threatened a lawsuit. The sweets shop needs to drop the name by Wednesday “if you wish to avoid proceedings for trademark infringement,” according to a letter sent by her attorneys. The letter went on to accuse the Icecreamists of “taking unfair advantage of, and riding on the coattails of” the superstar entertainer in a way that is “deliberately provocative and, to many people, nausea-inducing.”

O’Connor shot back that Lady Gaga can’t own a word gushed by babies everywhere. “She claims we have ‘ridden the coattails’ of her reputation,” railed the entrepreneur. “As someone who has. . . recycled on an industrial scale the entire back catalogue of pop culture to create her look, music and videos, she might want to reconsider this allegation.” Take that on a sugar cone.

But there’s a third reason the cold confection is gone: sales were frozen by the government. It seems that it’s against the law in Great Britain to sell food that includes body fluids.

Source: UPI.com, Yahoo!News


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