Lady Gaga's Dad Deletes Tweet Asking People to Support His Restaurant Workers

Lawrence Kim
March 29, 2020

30 specialists were laid off.

© Matt Baron/BEI/Shutterstock Lady Gaga arrives at the Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, Calif., on January 6, 2019.

According to Newsweek, Lady Gaga's father wrote on Twitter, "I'm doing the best I can but we had to close Joanne for the month". Our staff needs some financial help.

The latest news reports state that Joe Germanotta has deleted the tweet that mentioned him asking for donations of up to 50,000 dollars in order to pay his staff. As per the news reports, Joe Germanotta stated in his deleted tweet that his staff is finding it very hard to make ends meet as the restaurant remains shut amid the global Coronavirus scare and shared a link of the Go Fund Me page.

"Our goal of $50,000 would cover our typical payroll for approximately 2 weeks, and 100 per cent of the profits would go to our hourly workers to provide those necessary items like food, childcare, and medical expenses".

You're asking people that are more than likely worse off than you to pay for your staff. "Come on, you can afford to pay them", said another.

According to Forbes, Gaga made $39.5 million past year and her net worth is said to be around $300 million.

"Yet her also wealthy father has just taken to Twitter to ask the public to help financially the workers they have stopped paying". "What the f- - k????" composed Perez Hilton. Another added, "Why don't you ask your rich daughter to help you pay your employees?"

"I am so touched that you're spending this moment on finding ways to support the world during COVID-19. Additionally, on the off chance that you quit giving to @realDonaldTrump them you may have the option to help your workers during this time".

Earlier this month, Joe said that he's seen a 70% drop in business during the pandemic, but he plans on supporting the staff. They're somewhat similar to my youngsters now.

"The way that Mr. Germanotta doesn't acknowledge somebody who is less lucky having some espresso close to his business isn't the issue of the individuals of the province of NY, who don't hope to need to finance his battling business", MTA representative Tim Minton told the production.

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