Lady Gaga Talks About Doing Drugs Again! Why Would She Admit That? What A Terrible Role Model!

Fri, August 27, 2010 7:22pm EDT by 5 Comments
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Not cool, Gaga. Why would you admit that using drugs help you create ‘art’?

Lady Gaga is NOT setting the best example for her ‘little monsters.’ The 24-year-old pop star is not only re-verifies her drug use in the new issue of Q magazine, but she tries to rationalize it as well!

“[Using drugs] I really figured out the art I wanted to make and was inspired,” she said. “Some people find inspiration in dark places. I guess I’m one of them. What always made me different is that if I was doing drugs I was also making music. I wasn’t just doing drugs.”

The singer – who’s known for his bizarre and risque stage outfits, added, “Once you open those doors they’re open forever. People who say they need [drugs] to be creative are full of s**t. I’m not some chick on the road getting high and f***ed up every night. I wake up, drink coffee and get on the phone to talk about the creative direction of the next video.”

Even though she said in Vanity Fair that she only does cocaine “a couple of times a year”, we shouldn’t be hearing about this at all! Gaga really needs to start acting like the lady she is by keeping her mouth shut for the sake of the people that idolize her!

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ez

Posted at 3:08 PM on August 29, 2010  

quote: “the singer whos known for HIS bizzare….”

Lady Gaga is not a he.

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Eric

Posted at 1:31 PM on August 29, 2010  

Being honest makes her a good role model. Other than that, it is not her job to be anyone’s role model. She makes her art the way she wants period. She is not obligated to live by anyone’s standard of rules just because she is well known. The title of this article is ridiculous. It is far better that she just talks about what she does than have some tabloid print the twisted version of it later. When you constantly lie to kids about drugs and they discover you are lying, they will not listen to you anyway. It is always made out to be so horrible, then when they try it they find out you lied. An honest explanation of why the euphoric feelings can turn into trouble is a far better approach than just saying “drugs bad”. Because if they do try, you will look wrong at first and then it is too late.

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JJSparrow

Posted at 2:51 PM on August 28, 2010  

“is not only re-verifies” — what language is that?!

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Chuckjones

Posted at 7:42 PM on August 27, 2010  

Oh, she should lie? She’s clear that you don’t need to do drugs to be creative. She admitted that she’s in been dark places. I’d rather hear the truth than lies. (It passes the truth test – who would make this up?) How many great artists have used drugs? More than a few of the greats. Even the fictional Sherlock Holmes. I think it’s great that she’s admired by young people, but this isn’t a “G” rated world. She’s a great role model as a young woman who has overcome the dark places and is taking the world by storm.

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