Lady Gaga Issues an Apology to Fans, Pulling Collaboration with R. Kelly from iTunes and Streaming Services

Lady Gaga takes a powerful stance in opposition to R. Kelly, apologizing for her 2013 collaboration with the beleaguered R&B singer.

In the previous week, Lifetime aired a six-part documentary on R. Kelly.  Dubbed Surviving R. Kelly, the docuseries centered round ladies who graphically described the R&B singer’s sexual misconduct.

Following the documentary’s airing, the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network’s (RAINN) sexual disaster hotline has acquired 20% extra calls.

Scott Berkowitz, RAINN’s President, defined,

Yet, his label, RCA Records, has remained notoriously silent.  Amidst stress from a number of activist teams to drop the singer, the label hasn’t issued a remark.

Now, one singer has pulled a well-liked collaboration with Kelly.

Lady Gaga stands as much as R. Kelly.

In a prolonged assertion, Lady Gaga confirmed she has pulled her 2013 collaboration with Kelly, ‘Do What U Want,’ from iTunes.  She has additionally pulled the tune from all main streaming music companies.

On Twitter, she wrote a publish titled “I stand by anybody who has ever been the sufferer sexual assault.”

She continued,

“The tune is named ‘Do What U Want (With My Body)’, I believe it’s clear how explicitly twisted my considering was on the time.

Lady Gaga Issues an Apology to Fans, Pulling Collaboration with R. Kelly from iTunes and Streaming Services

 


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