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Lady Gaga Goes Nude, Stands Up for Gays
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Lady Gaga is not about to let trolls trash Kanye West in the wake of him winding up in hospital. There are conflicting reports about why Kanye was actually hospitalized , but it seems like it's either exhaustion, or a mental breakdown. Whether he's calling Taylor Swift out for being a liar, or trashing Beyonce, he really has no filter. However, Lady Gaga was quick to point out to her followers that the rapper should not be mocked during this tough time. One love. While you would be hard pressed to find anyone who agrees with everything Kanye says, Gaga is not letting that come in the way of making sure he is okay. If you've been keeping tabs on what's been going down, you probably already know that Kanye has been acting erratically for quite some time.
Lady Gaga Helps Spoof Kim Kardashian and Kanye West on Saturday Night Live
In the candid new photographs taken by acclaimed photographer David LaChapelle, GaGa, real name Stefani Germanotta, is seen lying in the rapper's arms with one hand covering her breast, as West stares zombie-like into the distance with a raging volcano behind. Other photos show her standing on crutches over sleeping naked people, dressed in an android-esque two-piece with matching helmet and arms, reports the Daily Telegraph. The series also shows her fallen from the wheelchair, on a mirrored floor in a doll-like pose, with pink afro hair surrounded by pink flowers and a blue sky.
The countless lenses focus on her naked form, prepped to capture all angles of her body, as she holds one still pose and patiently waits for further instruction. Every camera goes off in unison like lightning. The scene is immediately jarring: A global icon, whose career has been closely documented by cameras, sometimes against her will, and whose art has frequently centered on the violence of paparazzi culture, submitting herself to the same technology that's made — and challenged — her for the past 10 years. She calls for her longtime manager, Bobby Campbell , to play a song off her sixth studio album, and asks him to turn it up: "Louder, please. It's the only song played all day, and she requests for it to be queued back to back.