Lady Gaga has jumped into the immigration debate with a song that criticizes Arizona's SB 1070 law.
The controversial artist debuted "Americano” in a concert in Mexico over the weekend for her “little monsters” there.
“I’ve never, ever performed this song before,” said Gaga, in her typical eccentric getups while playing the piano. “I’m premiering it for the first time here in Guadalajara.”
Gaga told the press during her stay in Mexico that she couldn’t “stand by many of those unjust immigration laws in my country."
The lyrics in “Americano” seem to go to the heart of the polarizing immigration debate.
"Don't you try to catch me/Don't you try to catch me
No, no, no, no/Don't you try to catch me
I'm living on the edge of the law, law, law, law."
The controversial tune was apparently a hit with the fans, who screamed: “Thank you, Gaga” and “We love you, Gaga!”
Arizona lawmakers last year passed SB 1070, which allows law enforcement officers to question the immigration status of people they suspect are in the country without proper documentation.
That provision and others in the southwestern U.S. state are on hold pending a court challenge.
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The Associated Press contributed to this report.