Lady GaGa is not here for victim-shamers.
The blonde has been an avid supporter of Kesha after she was denied her injunction bid against alleged abuser Dr. Luke. However, not everyone has been on the singer's side.
While the Sony producer claims the TiK ToK artist is lying about the allegations, others seem to feel that — if she was sexually assaulted — the blame still falls on her shoulders.
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Wendy Williams even said that pop princess should have been responsible for catching her assailant on camera.
So, the American Horror Story alum is coming to her defense. On Thursday, the musical gal took to Instagram to share a comment discussing rape culture and call out those who fault the victims of these sad scenarios.
Ch-ch-check it out (below):
And for those of you wondering what @tropicarly said to spark this passionate post, it actually wasn't anything negative toward the 28-year-old's current legal battle.
Instead, the young girl wrote about how she's upset that people don't understand how sensitive this subject is. She shared a screenshot of her original comment. Take a look (below):
And while LG has been very vocal about her feelings on the tender topic, she is also sharing warm words from other prominent people who are standing with the performer.
She also shared a sentimental statement from California's lieutenant governor, Gavin Newson, posting:
We think it's important that stars like Lady Gaga and Demi Lovato are using their celebrity status to raise awareness about the horrifying reality of rape culture in our country.
[Image via Snapchat.]
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