In the new Apple TV+ series from Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry titled “The Me You Can’t See,” Lady Gaga recycles the rape story she’s been telling for years now, and tells Oprah yet again about how a music producer allegedly raped her.
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She even attempts some kind of crying facial expression, but fails.
For some reason, she refuses to name the alleged rapist.
“I was 19 years old, and I was working in the business, and a producer said to me, ‘Take your clothes off,’” she said. “And I said no. And I left, and they told me they were going to burn all of my music. And they didn’t stop. They didn’t stop asking me, and I just froze and – I don’t even remember.”
She added: “the person who raped me dropped me off pregnant on a corner.”
This is the same story she told Howard Stern in 2014, saying: “I was a shell of my former self at one point.” Again in 2015, she said: “I didn’t tell anyone for I think seven years. I didn’t know how to accept it. I didn’t know how to not blame myself or think it was my fault. It changed who I was completely. It changed my body, it changed thoughts.”
And again to Oprah in 2020, she said: “I never dealt with it, and then all of a sudden I started to experience this incredible intense pain throughout my entire body that mimicked the illness I felt after I was raped.”
This is clearly a big part of her personal identity, this supposed rape.
But why should anyone care about this if she refuses to even say who did it? Why would anyone believe it? Because believe women?
Like Kamala Harris believes Joe Biden is a rapist, but is also his Vice President?
Probably, the reason she isn’t saying is that this is either completely made up, or it wasn’t really rape – she just had sex with a producer in exchange for making her famous.
Whatever the case, no one should have to hear “latest news of that time Lady Gaga says she was raped nearly 20 years ago” in the media every couple of months.