Apple's newly minted social network Ping is being accused of censoring Lady GaGa's pro-gay marriage tweets.

Ping only went live Wednesday, but always quick on the draw Gawker immediately reported on the slip.

“Apple left out a string of tweets in which Gaga lauds the downfall of California's anti-gay marriage law in its introduction of Ping, the new iTunes-based social network which lets you connect with artists and other music fans,” the site wrote.

Gay icon Lady GaGa's tweets said the ruling moved her to make music.

“At the moments notice of PROP 8 DEATH I instantly began to write music,” GaGa tweeted to her nearly 5.3 million followers. “BUBBLE DREAMS FOREVER! FULL EQUALITY! THIS IS JUST THE BEGINNING!”

“REJOICE and CELEBRATE gay communities and straight all over the world,” she tweeted moments later. “Our voices are being heard! Loud! SCREAM LOUD AMERICANOS!”

But both tweets from the Alejandro singer who, according to recent reports, wants to marry her gay fans on stage were absent from Ping.

“Just wait until Gaga starts tweeting about her penis,” Gawker joked.