Lady Gaga - “Do What U Want” ft. R. Kelly Has Controversial Photographer Terry Richardson-Shot Picture
By nidhi tewari | October 23, 2013 12:18 PM EST
Lady Gaga is at her rebellious-best in the new single released Monday where she croons - "Do What You Want..with my Body." The upbeat pop track features R.Kelly and is inspired by the 80s and talks about surrendering to the lover.
Lady Gaga promoted the track on her Twitter page by posting a series of tweets where she answers her critics in the harshest possible way ever. The 28-year-old singer addressed all the concerns where critics call her fat, a drug addict, a hermaphrodite, even where her style is linked to Madonna and her music being less popular than Katy Perry. Gaga has only one answer for all her critics - she will do whatever she wants to her body and let the other just shut up.
Gaga tweeted a picture of herself in a skimpiest ever thong, showing her shapely bums with her golden locks falling over her waistline. The picture is shot by controversial photographer Terry Richardson who also shot the music video of Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball."
"Lady Gaga shot by Me for her new single "Do What U Want" ft. R. Kelly... out now!!," Richardson writes as he posts the picture of Gaga's behind on his page terrysdiary.com.
R.Kelly has earlier collaborated with "Titanic" singer Celine Dion for her number "I'm Your Angel" and Gospel icon Kirk Franklin's "Lean On Me." The singer is also coming up with "Black Panties," which will be his twelfth studio album. It is scheduled to be released December 10, this year (2013).
The song has received tremendous response on the YouTube page of Lady Gaga where she has just posted the audio along with the picture of her bums.
"I think it's #1 in 31 countries, including the US, Mexico, and Canada," writes one Gaga fan Amanda C on YouTube.
This song has been on repeat for the best 24 hours, and I have NO REGRETS," writes another fan Zac Paslay on You tube.
Listen to the song and let us know if the new song by Gaga is better than "Applause." Listen to the song here
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