Lady Gaga is done flipping the bird at the New Jersey music man who claims he turned her from a "guidette" into a star.
The "Bad Romance" singer and producer Rob Fusari have settled their feud just months after the ex-lovers filed dueling suits against each other in Manhattan Supreme Court.
Fusari sued the wild-styled singer in March, claiming she owed him $30 million because he transformed her four years ago from a grungy "guidette" into Lady Gaga, and wrote her hits "Paparazzi" and "Disco Heaven."
Gaga, who made headlines in June for flipping off photographers while wearing glittery undergarments at a Mets game, filed a countersuit a day later accusing Fusari of duping her into signing an illegal contract.
Lawyers for Fusari and Gaga, whose real name is Steffani Germanotta, did not return phone calls.Share EmailPrintYou may also be interested in: Ads by Yahoo! Photo Gallery