Lady Gaga received a letter from Instagram after many of her followers flagged her pictures after being concerned with their content.
The pop star took to Twitter to post a screen shot of a letter from the photo-sharing service that stated they were concerned after reviewing some of her posts.
"Omg at this email INSTAGRAM just sent me," Gaga tweeted to her over 40 million followers.
"Members of the Instagram community have raised concerns for your well-being after seeing posts you've shared. We're reaching out to provide you with some important safety information," read the message.
The email is likely to be an automated message from Instagram after enough people flagged and reported her images.
Recently Lady Gaga unveiled new singles "Aura" and "Applause" which come from her new album, "ARTPOP."
New single "Aura" is featured in the new "Machete Kills" movie trailer – the song is produced by EDM artist Zedd.
The movie is expected to be one of the biggest hits of the year, and stars Gaga and co-stars Danny Trejo, Mel Gibson, Michelle Rodriguez, Charlie Sheen, Sofia Vergara, Antonio Banderas and Jessica Alba.
Album information for the new "ARTPOP" album has also appeared online and on social media sites such as Twitter ahead of the official release date.
The pop star has revealed that she will release an app along with "ARTPOP" – something that has been described as more of a project than an album.
Various reports have listed Zedd, RedOne, Madeon, Dallas Austin, DJ White Shadow, Vincent Herbert and Fernando Garibay as potential producers and writers who Lady Gaga worked with for her third studio album.
Others who reportedly have collaborated with Lady Gaga on the new album are Azealia Banks, Elton John, Beyonce, Douglas Alrich and Kendrick Lamar.