NEW YORK, NY - JULY 27: Lady Gaga attends the "Devils Heaven" gala benefit for Robert Wilson's Watermill Center  on July 27,
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Lady Gaga is one mad mother monster. The "Born This Way" singer took to Twitter to voice her frustration at the hacking of her song "Applause" and to call on fellow popstar Katy Perry for support.

Perry's upcoming single "Roar" was also recently leaked.

"Applause" is slated for an official release on August 10th and Gaga had this to say about the hack of her track:

And:

"Wanna grab some shovels and f-ck up some hackers? @katyperry excited to hear your ROAR, sorry to hear about your truck!"

So, we get sharing your rage with a fellow hacked popstar, but now Lady Gaga's got us all concerned about Katy Perry's truck! OUR MINDS ARE SPINNING OUT OF CONTROL.

Before all this leaking chaos ensued, Gaga also took to Twitter to release explicit instructions for the listening of the forthcoming ARTPOP, her third studio album—due out November 11.

Basically, the eccentric singer does not want anyone to listen to her album on crappy speakers. Specifically, computer speakers, because they suck and make people cry. She explained:

"THE SPEAKERS ON YOUR COMPUTER are NOT ACCEPTABLE, unless you like hearing music underwater. I do not."

"The album ARTPOP was produced by the amazing----> @DJWS @ZEDD @MADEON + @LADYGAGA. PLEASE DO NOT MAKE US CRY AND LISTEN WITHOUT HEADPHONES."

Our suggestion: don't do it. Seriously, just throw your computer away.

Hell hath no fury like a popstar scorned.