Lady Gaga vows to never sing with R Kelly again

Something to note is that this song was not only well received, but Jenna Hally Rubinstein wrote a piece for MTV titled "God Bless Terry Richardson For Capturing The Bizarre Sexual Chemistry Between Lady Gaga And R. Kelly".

She said she will not work with Kelly again. "I think it's clear how explicitly twisted my thinking was at that time".

Lady Gaga, whose real name Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, said if she could go back in time and talk to her younger self, she would have told her to seek therapy or help.

However, following the airing of documentary series Surviving R Kelly he is being probed by police in the US State of Georgia. Several years earlier, Kelly was involved in a high-profile child pornography trial, but had been acquitted on all counts in 2008.

Lady Gaga has become the latest artist to distance themselves from controversial artist R. Kelly, apologising for previously collaborating with the rapper.

Back in August of 2018, Nicki Minaj tweeted about Lady Gaga working with R. Kelly after a Pitchfork article took issue with Nicki recording "Fefe" with convicted sex offender 6ix9ine.

The star, who is a vocal advocate for victims of sexual abuse, broke her silence on 10 January by posting a long statement on social media.

Gaga has been outspoken about being sexually assaulted at 19.

The A Star Is Born singer/actress has spoken out about allegations of sexual misconduct against Kelly, concluding that their duet will be removed from official outlets, and that she "will not be working with him again".

Of course, it's not only Gaga who's worked with R Kelly, and it's not only celebrities who need to #MuteRKelly.

Ever since then-27-year-old R Kelly married 15-year-old Aaliyah in 1994, his alleged abuse of young black girls has been an open secret.

Her office covers Chicago where Kelly has a home.

Kelly denied those claims, and Greenberg, his attorney, said Foxx was simply looking for attention. "We were able to say, 'The public, they can have our bodies, but they cannot have our mind or our heart.' It was a very natural collaboration". "But I do know how I feel now", she wrote.

Meanwhile, a lawyer representing the parents of Joycelyn Savage, who appeared in the documentary, said investigators in Atlanta had contacted them on Monday.

Vanessa Coleman

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