Gaga, whose real name is Stefani Germanotta, said that she wanted to "create something extremely defiant and provocative because I was angry and still hadn't processed the trauma that had occurred in my own life".
It features interviews with several women making on camera allegations of sexual, mental and physical abuse by Kelly, as well as interviews with some of his former managers and producers.
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.
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Watts said he's gotten mixed reactions from listeners, some who've thanked him for pulling R.Kelly's music and others who said they'll no longer listen to the station.
"We know what happened, and we know those things didn't happen", the attorney, Steven Greenberg, said in a pre-taped interview that aired on Friday's episode of Good Morning America.
Police went to embattled R&B superstar R. Kelly's Chicago home Friday on a tip that women were being held hostage there but left after finding no evidence of wrongdoing, a police spokesman confirmed.
As you can see above, the clip shows Jocelyn's dad Timothy Savage begging for his daughter to get in touch with her family as they haven't heard from her, whilst he also states he hopes that she's watched the much-talked about documentary.
"I just want everybody to know - my parents and everybody in the world - that I'm totally fine". She said anyone who thinks they may have been a victim to call the Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Division at 773-674-6492.