The singer is suing the uk brand, which he named the product under the name of Royal Baby Gaga.
Lady Gaga may be known for its extravagant way and looks bizarre, but even for her eccentricity has its limits.
According to the Mirror site, pop singer not happy when he found out that an English company used her name to christen a new flavor of ice cream, the "Royal Baby Gaga". The taste? Breast milk.
According to the website, Gaga's lawyers will enter a lawsuit claiming trademark infringement against the Licktators, who launched the product in May to celebrate the birth of Royal baby, son of Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton.
The curious creation is sold with the slogan that is done "in accordance with the hospital standards" and served in a pot with an illustration that reminds the Duchess breast-feeding the little Charlotte Elizabeth Diana.
And the company doesn't stop there. Other flavors that evoke famous with Miley Cyrus, Taylor Swift and even John Lennon can also be found.
And there? Do you dare to try?