Lady Gaga: Trying to harm herself after the Rape: Hollywood’s famous actress and singer Lady Gaga recently spoke openly about the most difficult times of her life. The lady talked about the life after her rape and told how she was mentally disturbed and tried to harm herself.
Lady Gaga recently got a photoshoot done for the cover of El Magazine. Apart from this photoshoot, he also interacted with Hollywood celebrity Oprah Winfree. In this conversation, he talked in detail about Hollywood actor Bradley Cooper on the one hand, while speaking about that aspect of his life when everything seemed very difficult.
Even today, Lady Gaga is facing the pain of the past
Gaga told how she was repeatedly sexually assaulted at the age of 19 and she is still facing its trauma. He told that his old painful memories came back after winning the Oscar Award for the film A Star Is Born Songs.
Lady Gaga told Oprah Winfree, ‘I was 19 when I was raped repeatedly. I have suffered many types of trauma at the hands of my career. But still I am alive and I have always thought it right to move forward. And when I saw that Oscar, I felt pain. I do not know whether or not anyone else understood the matter when I spoke my mind in that room, but I understand it well. ‘
Even though Lady Gaga may have become successful today as an actor and singer in her life, it does not mean that her past has given up her pursuit. Gaga told Oprah that she is still in pain with PTSD, the Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and the past. He said, ‘The response to neuropathic pain trauma is part of my life every week. I am taking medicines, I have a lot of doctors. I am living my life in this way.
Gave this message to people
Lady Gaga has seen a lot of bad times in her life, but has made her future better by learning from this same bad time. He told Oprah Winfree that whoever is living with this kind of trouble, it is important to understand that they will win this battle and they too can win an Oscar.
Lady Gaga said, ‘I would like to say that whoever can request help. I will also tell other people that if someone is going through trouble, then talk to them and say, ‘Listen, I see you. I can see that you are going through something, and I am here for you. Tell me your story.