“I just froze and I- I don’t even remember,” the singer says of the assault. I understand this Me Too movement, and I understand people feel real comfortable with this, and I do not. “First I felt full-on pain, then I went numb,” Gaga recalls. And actually, I think that traps people.”“I don’t tell this story for my own self-service, because, to be honest, it’s hard to tell,” the singer explains. How do I explain to people that I have privilege, I’ve got money, I’ve got power, and I’m miserable?
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“I don’t know how I managed it, but the bigger jobs I’ve decided to do are kind of coming to an end,” Naomi Ackie tells ET’s Nischelle Turner. Despite it specifically being a LGBTQ-centric season, Ackie thinks that the story is universal, adding that she can’t wait “for heterosexuals to watch and be like, ‘Yes, I’ve experienced that. Outside of a brief appearance by Aziz, who returns as Dev Shah, only Waithe and Ackie appear on camera, as the story unfolds methodically. “And that really reflected on screen really well.”NetflixAnd if there’s one person who is the most excited about Ackie taking on Houston, it’s Waithe. When it was announced that Ackie had been cast in the part, “she sent me a voice message,” Ackie recalls.NEW YORK TIMES - How Conservatives Think About George Floyd’s Death and BLM - The New York Times
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Each segment opens with the first name of the person who will be explaining their experience in the hopes of helping others. I understand this Me Too movement and I understand people feel real comfortable with this, and I do not. I do not ever want to face that person again.”Years later, she would still feel physical pain from the experience. There would be episodes where she would feel full-on pain and then go numb, she said. “The way I feel when I feel pain is how I felt after I was raped,” she says.VANITY FAIR - Lady Gaga Opens Up About Her “Total Psychotic Break” in Oprah and Prince Harry’s Documentary Series
Lady Gaga opened up about past traumas, including her sexual assault, chronic pain, and self-harm, in an emotional interview on the premiere episode of Oprah and Prince Harry’s Apple TV+ docuseries The Me You Can’t See. And I left, and they told me they were going to burn all of my music.” Becoming visibly emotional, she continues, “And they didn’t stop. “First I felt full-on pain, then I went numb,” Gaga recalled. How do I explain to people that I have privilege, I’ve got money, I’ve got power, and I’m miserable? I’m not here to tell my story to you because I want anybody to cry for me.