Lady Gaga apologizes for collaborating with R. Kelly, announces she’s removing their song from iTunes and streaming services
American singer, Lady Gaga has offered a public apology for collaborating with R. Kelly who is currently facing a series of sexual allegations.
The 32-year-old singer made the announcement in a statement she posted on Twitter following the recent Lifetime documentary series that chronicles allegations of abuse, predatory behavior, and pedophilia against singer R.Kelly.
In the statement, Gaga who also is a victim of sexual assault after he was sexually assaulted at age 19, revealed that she’s standing by anyone who has ever been the victim of sexual assault and will be removing her 2013 collaboration “Do What U Want” with Kelly from iTunes and streaming services.
Read her full statement below.
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