Lady Gaga just dropped the official title of her new album. On her Twitter account, the singer said that it will be called “Adele.”

But fans were quick to question the sincerity of the singer’s tweet. One of them asked if Gaga is serious about the title of her album. Another person said that she supports the unique album title.

“Oscar winners with 24 Grammys to their name. We have no choice but to stan,” the fan said.

It’s not surprising that Gaga’s fans are doubting the accuracy of the singer’s tweet. This is because the “Shallow” singer is known for trolling her millions of supporters on social media.

Gaga has also been posting cryptic messages on her Twitter account, which fans believe are related to her forthcoming album. Last month, Gaga tweeted the letter “f.”

Shortly after, she posted a lengthier tweet. “I didn’t do this for the fame, I did it for impact,” Gaga wrote.

The singer also posted a crying face emoji earlier this month. “Bloodpop: you’re the one who wanted to be a pop star,” she tweeted.

Bloodpop is one of the producers working with Gaga on her new album. She has also collaborated with the company on two of her songs, “Million Reasons” and “Perfect Illusion.”

Earlier this year, the “A Star Is Born” actress responded to rumors that she’s pregnant. She said that she’s not pregnant with a baby but with her sixth studio album.

Meanwhile, the “Poker Face” singer has also been making headlines regarding her personal life. There are rumors that she and Bradley Cooper dated while they were filming “A Star Is Born.”

And just recently, a tabloid claimed that the costars’ relationship ended because Cooper couldn’t cope with the media attention that they received. An unnamed source went as far as saying that Gaga is just using her boyfriend, Dan Horton, as a distraction from Cooper.

But according to rumor-debunking site Gossip Cop, this isn’t the case. Gaga and Cooper never dated. As such, there’s no truth to the claims that their relationship just ended.

Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper pose backstage during the 91st Annual Academy Awards at the Dolby Theatre on Feb. 24, 2019, in Hollywood, California. Getty Images/Matt Sayles