Lady Gaga’s album Born This Way has caused controversy since it’s release last month.
But the 25-year-old singer’s record has now been banned in Lebanon after the government deemed it to be in ‘bad taste’.
They were so incensed by what they deemed to be an insult to Christianity that they are not allowing the record to be sold in their stores.
The Lebanese government had already banned Gaga’s single Judas from the airwaves.
Thousands of copies of the album were impounded by the country’s authorities before it reached shelves.
Judas had caused complaints from religious groups in the U.S. too with members of the Catholic League protesting against the song’s lyrics and video.
‘This is a stunt… Lady Gaga tries to continue to shock Catholics and Christians in general,’ Catholic League President Bill Donohue said in a statement.
‘She dresses as a nun… she swallows the rosary. She has now morphed into a caricature of herself,’ he added.
Born This Way has also been banned from the radio by the Malaysian government, according the U.K. publication Metro.
Gaga responded to the ban saying: ‘What I would say is for all the young people in Malaysia that want those words to be played on the radio, it is your job and it is your duty as young people to have your voices heard.’
The album sold 1.1million copies in the U.S. alone on its first week of release.