Lady Gaga released "Poker Face" 14 years ago. However, people are only realizing how rude the lyrics to the hit song actually are.
The song was released back in 2008, and it topped the charts in 20 countries including the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia.
Many people thought the lyrics were "Po-po-po-poker face, po-po-po-poker face (Mum-mum-mum-mah)."
It now turns out that the lyrics to the song are:
"Po-Po-Po-Poker face, fu-fu-f*** her face (Mum-mum-mum-mah), Po-Po-Po-Poker face, fu-fu-f*** her face (Mum-mum-mum-mah)."
After making the shocking realization, many people posted on Twitter saying:
"I was today years old when I found out Poker Face's lyrics turns into "f*** her face."
"So you're telling me the lyrics to Lady Gaga - Poker Face are "P-P-P-Poker face, F-F-F*** her face"?1 What?!"
"Probably the biggest win I knew as a little monster was actually learning that the lyrics comes off as "P-P-P-Poker Face, F-F-Fuck her face" 13 years after its release."
Did you know this?
Today, "Poker Face" is one of the most successful singles of all time. It has already sold over 14 million copies.
People are truly shocked to find out that they have been getting the lyrics wrong for all these years.
On TikTok, someone posted a video about the fact that they had realized that the song's lyrics were pretty dirty. The clip has already gotten over 1.7 million likes.
Lady Gaga is not in denial about how dirty the lyrics to the song actually are. Back in 2009, when she was performing the song, she admitted that KIIS FM was the only station that had censored the song properly.
She said at the time:
"KIIS FM is the smartest radio station in the whole world and I'll tell you why. Because this song, it got played all over the world on tens of thousands of radio stations, but KIIS FM was the only one that said I had to censor my lyric because they thought I might be saying something bad."
"And out of all the radio stations in the world that played this record over and over, KIIS FM was the only one that was right and caught on."