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Lady Gaga Breast Milk Ice Cream Being Churned Out Again

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Not even threats from Lady Gaga and her lawyers could stop a London ice cream parlor from selling the now infamous “Baby Gaga” flavor, which is made from real breast milk.

The concern was over using Lady Gaga’s name for a potentially harmful product, but now that health inspectors have deemed it safe for human consumption, the ice cream is back on the market.

Although the flavor reportedly has no traces of any harmful bacteria or viruses, Team Gaga is still against the use of the name for the reason they believe it tarnishes the singer’s “reputation and good will.”

The parlor has a patent pending the name “Baby Gaga,” but they may soon decide to scrap the effort considering the legal battles may cost them up to $81,000, which would bankrupt the entire company.

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