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Osbourne goes off on Gaga over guns & then some!

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  • Osbourne slams Lady Gaga for not monitoring her fans' behavior
  • Osbourne: 'Don't let your fans be so hideously damaging, hurtful, violent... on your own website'
Sharon Osbourne slams Lady Gaga for not monitoring her fans' behavior.

In the latest installment of the saga that is the Lady Gaga-Osbourne family feud, matriarch Sharon Osbourne attacked Lady Gaga for her fans' behavior, saying that Gaga should monitor what is said on her website and not condone violence against other celebrities -- namely, Sharon's daughter, Kelly.

Sharon spoke at length Monday on her show, "The Talk," about the threats her family has received from Gaga's fans, whom she called "hideously damaging, hurtful," and "violent."

Calling out the pop star, Sharon pondered out loud, "Why haven't you, as a responsible young woman, said, 'No violence on my website, no violence, no threats, no violence'?"

"However, everything is guns, guns, guns... Cut to her first performance on this new tour. She's wearing two guns coming out of her breasts," said Sharon, referencing one of Gaga's recent wardrobe choices -- a machine gun bra.

"All I'm asking her to do is to... stay true to her foundation, which she said she wants the world to be a braver, kinder world," continued "The Talk" co-host. "Don't wear guns, don't allow your fans to use the word guns on your website, on your Twitter. Don't do it. Have it stopped. One word from her, they will stop... ."

The feud originally erupted after Sharon's daughter Kelly called out Gaga's fans for bullying her online, to which Gaga responded with an open letter to Kelly, calling her a hypocrite for being a television fashion critic and then complaining about bullying.

While Kelly has since tried to quell the feud, Sharon doesn't seem to want to back down -- is she right? Sound off below!

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