Target Plays The Victim; Responds To Gaga

Target Plays The Victim; Responds To Gaga

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“We were very surprised and disappointed by the statements made by Lady Gaga’s organization related to her partnership with Target,” the company wrote. “Target remains committed to the LGBT community as demonstrated by our contributions to various LGBT organizations, our recently established Policy Committee to review our political giving and our respectful, inclusive workplace environment.”

Target, playing the doe-eyed innocent, in the wake of Lady Gaga ending her contract with them because the company refused to implement LGBT-friendly practices – or at the very least, stop making donations to anti-gay political groups.

***UPDATE: Target has removed the ability for followers to post on their Facebook wall in an attempt to hide the ill will being posted on their page.

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