Lady Gaga Dips Her Finger Into Racial Matters

Lady Gaga has been known to support civil rights causes. (Wikimedia Commons)

Amid the racial turmoil stemming from the Charlottesville, Va., violence this weekend, Lady Gaga did the only thing Mother Monster could do: She took to Twitter to ask Black people how “the nonracist white community who loves u” can make a change.

The answers were a mixed bag of emotions.

Using the #HowWeDoBetter, several people readily used the Tuesday, Aug. 15 tweet to gladly gave advice on how white people can improve.

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Others were fed up with having to do the work for white allies.

Still, some vowed to do what they could to support Gaga, who previously spoke about how a Black fan’s plight with police influenced her music.

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