Who is 'Lady G'? Not Lady Gaga, but US senator accused of allegedly hiring LGBTQ sex workers trends on Twitter 

Twitter users are flooding the platform with endless tweets demanding an answer from the official, calling him for his treatment of the LGBT community


                            Who is 'Lady G'? Not Lady Gaga, but US senator accused of allegedly hiring LGBTQ sex workers trends on Twitter 
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'Lady G' has been trending on Twitter and internet users are wondering if it has anything to do with Lady Gaga. However, it isn’t the American singer and actress, but a US official, who has come under fire for allegedly hiring sex workers who belong to the LGBTQ community. It all began with a tweet shared by the adult film star Sean Harding, who took to Twitter on Friday, June 5 to call out a Republican Senator for "damaging" the LGBTQ community. He wrote, “There is a homophobic republican senator who is no better than Trump who keeps passing legislation that is damaging to the lgbt and minority communities. Every sex worker I know has been hired by this man. Wondering if enough of us spoke out if that could get him out of office?” 

Following Harding’s tweet, there were many speculations on the internet and Twitter users posted a flurry of tweets with wild and bizarre theories about US Senator (Lindsey Graham), who — according to them — allegedly prefers being addressed by the nickname Lady G. However, there is no concrete evidence or proof and MEA World Wide cannot independently verify whether the tweets are baseless or hold any weight.

Moreover, a website named FitsNews reported, “Considering there is only one member of the U.S. Senate with those initials, speculation quickly turned (again) to U.S. senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, who has been dodging rumors like this for the better part of the last decade.” Although Harding hasn’t produced any evidence to prove his allegations against Graham, Twitter users are flooding the platform with endless tweets demanding an answer from the official and calling him for his treatment of the LGBT community. 

A user wrote, “There is NOTHING wrong with Lady G aka @LindseyGrahamSC being gay, but there is something very wrong about the fact that he has spent his entire political career supporting policies that harm LGBTQ people & minorities. I hope South Carolina rallies behind & elects,” while another added, “So @LindseyGrahamSC, now that your Lady G secret is out (nobody cares, btw -- they only care that you're compromised and anti-LGBQT rights) can you stop gently licking Trump's a**?”

Even ‘Six Feet Under’ star Steven Pasquale took to Twitter to express his opinion about the accusations made against the senator. He said, “Let’s celebrate @LindseyGrahamSC ‘s gayness but shame the s**t outta him for everything else k? Being gay and insisting he be called Lady G is the only cool thing about him.” Meanwhile, in another tweet, Harding has urged his fellow sex workers to speak up about the senator and lend him support. “Fellow sex workers I invite you to stand with me during this crucial time. EVERY major news network is in my inbox including high profile lawyers willing to take this case. There's strength in numbers - I KNOW you're out there because EVERYONE has a story about LG when we talk,” he wrote. 

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