Lady Gaga shared an apology earlier this week, explaining how sorry she was for ever working with R. Kelly amid the viral consideration Lifetime's Surviving R. Kelly documentary has acquired.
"As a sufferer of sexual assault myself, I made each the music and the video at a darkish time in my life, my intention was to create one thing extraordinarily defiant and provocative as a result of I used to be offended and nonetheless hadn’t processed the trauma that had occurred in my very own life," she wrote. "The music is known as 'Do What U Want (With My Body),' I feel it’s clear how explicitly twisted my pondering was on the time."
Her public assertion has sparked Christina Aguilera to share some phrases of her personal, praising Lady Gaga for doing what's proper. The two collaborated on a model of "Do What U Want" that is obtainable on streaming providers and apparently has re-entered the charts.
"Cool to see the model of this music I did with @ladygaga on the charts once more — this can be a reminder of girls sticking collectively— and never letting a person take possession of an amazing music/ second... And if something the message of this music stays that though you will have had my physique, you'll by no means have my coronary heart, my voice my life or my thoughts," she wrote.
"Being a survivor of previous predators myself, these traces spoke to me, which is why I did the music. I embrace all survivors of sexual and home violence and abuse holding a particular place in my coronary heart, and also you @ladygaga, for doing the best factor!"