In the previous, Lady Gaga has defended her resolution to work with R. Kelly by saying that she too has had loads of false tales written about her throughout her profession. At the time, the pop star was giving Kellz the good thing about the doubt. Now, with dozens of ladies accusing him of sexual misconduct, it is turn out to be fairly clear to her that she wanted to talk out to guard her personal picture.
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Many artists have denounced R. Kelly because the Lifetime docu-series Surviving R. Kelly aired over the weekend and eventually, Lady Gaga has issued an apology for her earlier collaboration with the singer. In addition to her apology, she vowed to take away their collaboration, "Do What U Want," from iTunes and streaming providers. Her assertion reads:
"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 indignant and nonetheless hadn’t processed the trauma that had occurred in my very own life. The music known as 'Do What U Want (With My Body),' I believe it’s clear how explicitly twisted my pondering was on the time."
She ends the message by apologizing for not talking sooner and for her poor judgment. Gaga has been vocal about her experiences with sexual assault and she or he actively works with survivors to share her personal story. Read her full assertion under.