American Pop star, Lady Gaga has been banned from China after meeting with the Dalai Lama Sunday, June 26.
Gaga, 30, interviewed the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader Sunday, June 26 during the US Conference of Mayors in Indianapolis for a discussion on the need for kindness and compassion.
This angered China’s propaganda department so they issued what’s being called "an important instruction" banning any mention of the "Til It Happens To You" hitmaker from party-controlled news outlets, as well as taken down her artistic works on Chinese websites.
Other musicians such as Selena Gomez, Björk, Bon Jovi, Maroon 5, and Oasis have been banned from China. Many of these artistes have found themselves there after expressing support in one form or another for the Dalai Lama, a man China views as a dangerous separatist bent on launching a theocracy in the region of Tibet.