"Survivor R. Kelly": With this documentary series, mission attacks against him have been won. Lady Gaga is now taking a position and sorry for always having worked with him.
After the recently abused claims against musician R. Kelly, Lady Gaga has posted a long statement on Twitter. "I regret my weak judgment when I was young and not to have said anything before," she writes. At the same time, she announced that she would never work again with the music and want to remove the song "Do what you want (with my body)", which she played with R. Kelly from any streaming platform.
"Stand 1000 per cent behind the women"
With the documentary film "Surviving R. Kelly" someone came to know for decades, abuse accusations against the singer again. Kelly has denied the allegations and accuses her critics of a slander campaign. Many women accuse the 52-year-old of abusing her sexually or emotionally, sometimes as a teenager.
"I am 1000 percent behind these women, believe in them, and know they are suffering and have pain," commented Lady Gaga. Their voice should be heard and taken seriously. The allegations against the singer Lady Gaga called "terrible" and "indestructible".
The singer had released "Do what you want (with my body)" in 2013. "As a victim of sexual coercion, I've made song and video in a gloomy phase of my life," she explained. Her purpose was to create something "extremely envious and provocative" because she was "angry" and had not dealt with her own trauma. Together with R. Kelly came Lady Gaga in the late evening show "Saturday Night Live" and at the American Music Awards.