Lady GaGa Denies Mistaking Chicago's Mariachi Festival for the City's Pride Parade
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'I am proud in general and did not mistake anything,' the 'Born This Way' hitmaker defends herself against the accusation of mistaking Mariachi Festival for pride parade.

AceShowbiz - %cLady GaGa% was all out to show her support for the Chicago Pride Parade on Sunday, June 28, with two snaps she posted on Instagram. However, the "Born This Way" hitmaker apparently had mistaken the Mariachi and Folklorico Festival for the city's pride parade.

In one of the pictures, GaGa opened her arms widely on a balcony of her apartment showing her torso on which "GAY PRIDE" was written. Her unbuttoned green army jacket uncovered her black bra. She paired her ensemble with green trousers, black sunglasses and black boots. In the background, Millennium Park with transparent glass roof looked so crowded as people swarmed the place. She captioned it, "Watching over Chicago Pride from my apartment and smiling so big. So many happy people. Happy pride!! #lovewins."

The other picture showed her at the same setting, leaning on handrail while her right hand was like holding a softball. A caption for the picture read, "This is just about the coolest things I ever saw. It feels good to know how many of my friends and loved ones are out celebrating and feeling valued. #lovewins."

The organizer of Mariachi and Folklorico Festival who looked at the snaps noted that the "G.U.Y." songtress might have mistaken the festival for the pride parade. The organizer wrote on Facebook, "Lady Gaga shares a photo yesterday overlooking the Mariachi & Folklorico Festival at Millennium Park from her hotel room, thinking it was Chicago's Pride Fest! 'So many people' she says! Thank you again for helping us make history! #GagaHasMariachiPride."

Lady Gaga shares a photo yesterday overlooking the Mariachi & Folklorico Festival at Millennium Park from her hotel...

Posted by Mariachi Heritage Foundation on Monday, June 29, 2015

The 29-year-old singer who found the news saying that she mistook the festival for pride parade tweeted, "I am proud in general and did not mistake anything." She argued that she went around the city seeing the celebration. "I spent the entire day riding around the city seeing people celebrate," she added.

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