Lady Gaga’s Blood and Semen Perfume Commercial


Lady Gaga’s new Fame perfume came out with a new commercial that was precluded by her odd comments about the perfume being made from her blood and semen.

“[Blood and semen] is in the perfume, but it doesn’t smell like it. You just get sort of the after feeling of sex from the semen and the blood is sort of primal. And the blood was taken from my own blood sample, so it’s like a sense of having me on your skin,” she said.

The scent, billed as “The First Ever Black Eau de Parfum,” is a black perfume that turns clear once it is spritzed.   The description on the purple and black bottle lists the fragrance’s ingredients as “tears of belladonna, crushed heart of tiger orchidea with a black veil of incense, pulverized apricot and the combinative essences of saffron and honey drops.”

She also insisted on making her perfume black; which would be the first time a perfume has this attribute. It sprays on clear, which the company who makes the perfume is sure to inform the consumers.



Author: Isaac Weishaupt

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