Oct. 17, 2013 at 7:31 PM ET
The photo-sharing social network Instagram is worried about Lady Gaga.
"omg at this email INSTAGRAM just sent me," the singer tweeted on Wednesday, sharing a screenshot of an email she received from the service. She followed up with a note saying, "what the actual hell. hahahaha."
"Members of the Instagram community have raised concerns for your well-being after seeing posts you've shared," the note from Instagram read. "We're reaching out to provide you with some important safety information."
Gaga had recently posted photos of some handwritten lyrics, including the words "might not awake without you" and "I'm sorry and I love you," which could sound like she's threatening suicide to some. Instagram did not respond to media inquiries about the email.
As for Lady Gaga, she didn't let the note bother her for long, quickly moving in to tweeting fun facts and even the cover of her upcoming album, "ARTPOP," which will be released Nov. 11. The cover shows a Jeff Koons sculpture of a naked, blonde Gaga, with a shiny blue mirrored ball strategically placed between her legs.