Lady Gaga once defended her 2013 collaboration with singer R. Kelly by pointing to the “bond” they shared over “very untrue things written about us.”
But in the wake of a recent Lifetime documentary series that chronicles allegations of abuse, predatory behavior and pedophilia against Kelly, Gaga is now facing pressure to condemn him. Kelly has strongly denied the allegations.
Since 2008, Lady Gaga has cried more crocodile tears than any other celebrity.
One of the greatest art rock pranks of all time – or a hugely expensive exercise in vanity? That’s the question some music venues across the UK are wrestling with after US-based “band” Threatin came over to Europe to play a string of gigs in well-known venues – to absolutely nobody.
Jered Threatin, the creative force behind Threatin, had an online presence that suggested an active fanbase, and that his act had toured extensively in the US. Venues also appear to have been informed that large numbers of tickets had been pre-sold, which turned out to be untrue.
Lady Gaga fans have been accused of spreading fake reviews about Venom in a bid to help the pop star’s new film, A Flop Is Born.
Lady Gaga has apologised for speaking “too soon” by calling model Rick Genest’s death a suicide.