In a tweet referring to her new documentary Gaga: Five Foot Two, which will be available on Netflix starting September 22, the singer confirmed that fibromyalgia is the cause of her chronic pain, and wrote, "I wish to help raise awareness and connect people who have it".
Lady GaGa is opening up for the first time about the extent of her chronic pain disorder, which she has now confirmed as being fibromyalgia.
"Me and Taylor are fighting, so that sucks", she reportedly said at one point. "In relationships, you have to move together".
"I sold 10 million and lost Matt [Williams, her ex-boyfriend]".
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"My love life has just imploded". I sold 30 million and lost Luc [a DJ and her boyfriend of six years]. "This is the third time I've had my heart broken like this". In 2016, Gaga voiced her frustration in an Instagram post, saying, "Having a frustrating day with chronic pain, but I find myself feeling so blessed to have such strong intelligent female doctors".
One fan wrote: "It's incredible how just this one tweet has created a discussion about fibromyalgia and chronic pain and is allowing many to open up.' To which Gaga replied that she's "praying" more people open up about it so 'we can help each other".
She also suggests that she and Kinney are on good terms, receiving a bouquet on the day of her Super Bowl Halftime Show performance.
However, thanks to Gaga: Five Foot Two, fans now have some insight into what caused their highly publicized breakup.