Lady Gaga to remove duet with R. Kelly from streaming services

Lady Gaga to remove duet with R. Kelly from streaming services

Late last night, Lady Gaga posted a lengthy note on Twitter apologizing for a 2013 duet with Kelly and vowing to see it removed from streaming services. "R. Kelly and I have sometimes very untrue things written about us, so in a way, this was a bond between us".

Gaga said her collaboration with R. Kelly on the song "Do What U Want (With My Body)" was made during a dark period in her life.

As well as her intention to remove 'Do What U Want (With My Body)' from streaming platforms, Gaga also declared she will not be working with Kelly again.

Speaking about the title of the song, she said: "I think it's clear how explicitly twisted my thinking was at the time". To start, Dash revealed that he'd viewed some of Surviving R. Kelly on TV - "as much as [he] could tolerate". The series, which featured gripping accounts from women who said the famed R&B singer abused them, has revived interest in the allegations, prompting prosecutors in IL to ask for potential witnesses or victims to come forward, The Washington Post's Elahe Izadi reported.

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Gaga took to Twitter to offer her apologies and to explain why she worked with Kelly.

A new criminal investigation into Kelly has reportedly been opened following the release of the docu-series.

"You know, I watched John Legend be fearless about his opinion of it, regardless of, politically, how it may seem but I've been tight about this s-t for years".

Kelly denied the allegations and one of the girls identified in the claims later told a news channel, via a video call, that she was not being held against her will.

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Ever since the airing of the Surviving R. Kelly documentary series, the backlash against the controversial singer is about as strong as it's ever been. "And I didn't really wanna know what he did to the extent that I might feel the need ... to deal with it". "You print some shit that makes me want to scream" she sings, before launching into the chorus: "You can have my heart and you won't use my mind but do what you want with my body".

This week prosecutors in Chicago called for accusers to come forward to give evidence against R Kelly. "I believe these women".

Dash further questioned why it took people "so long" to listen to all of the stories out there about R. Kelly when he'd known about them for years.

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