Shutterstock Photo Agency Slams Lady Gaga Over Her Use Of Their Watermarked Images

Shutterstock photo agency isn’t happy with Lady Gaga right now.

The photo service took to Twitter to slam the singer for using their watermarked images on her social media pages.

It all started when Gaga playfully called out her fans for listening to her new leaked song “Stupid Love”, she shared a photo of someone wearing a mask while wearing headphones plugged into a music player. The world “Shutterstock” was watermarked over the image.

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“Can y’all stop,” she captioned the pic.

“Lady Gaga, we hear you!” Shutterstock wrote in response. “We like artists to be paid for their work too. Here’s a link to the photographer’s work where you can license these quality images.”

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ET Canada has reached out to Gaga’s rep for comment.

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