During Tuesday night’s high-stakes presidential election, Lady Gaga took to the streets of Manhattan in the early morning hours to let the public know how she felt about the election results.
The Joanne singer staged a protest outside of Trump Tower, where Donald Trump’s campaign headquarters were located.
Gaga, a prominent supporter of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton stood on a sanitation truck and held a sign that read “Love Trumps Hate;” earlier in the week, the singer had performed and spoken at a rally for Clinton.
Later in the night, Gaga tweeted out a photo of she and Black Lives Matter activist DeRay McKesson, writing to her followers to “In a room full of hope, we will be heard. Stand up for kindness, equality, and love.”
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