In a religious sense, Judas, one of the 12 disciples betrayed Jesus for his ill weakness, money. He is someone who is looked upon as forsaking the one true person who provided him with guidance and the name alone causes many believers to feel uneasy.
But does the song have anything to do with religion at all? Many claim Lady Gaga is using this as a metaphor for a lover she can’t trust, yet she can’t seem to pull herself away.
What do you think? Does it have anything to do with religion? Is this artistic expression or is this just a shock tactic?
Source: The Cut
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