Lady Gaga and her fiancé Taylor Kinney broke up in July 2016. Lady Gaga has been working on her documentary that showcases her life, from fame to love and from mental issues to heart breaks. Her new film/ documentary is called Five Foot Two and reports are, at the start of Lady Gaga’s new film Five Foot Two, the singer reveals that her relationship with Kinney isn’t in a great place:
“Me and Taylor are fighting, so that sucks. My threshold for bulls**t with men is just-I don’t have one anymore. In relationships, you have to move together.”
She says, “My love life has just imploded. I sold 10 million [records] and lost Matt. I sold 30 million and lost Luke. I did a movie and lose Taylor. It’s like a turnover. This is the third time I’ve had my heart broken like this.”
Oh No! Lady Gaga, I understand how you feel. But why is this a pattern? Is it that as much as Lady Gaga may be rich and has it all, her wealth doesn’t mean anything to any of these men? To be rich and famous, your life is busy as a bee; taking tours, making music videos, producing songs, being in commercials, being a guest on shows, being in movies and the list goes on and on. Where will one find enough time to nurture their relationship? For Lady Gaga, it seems like the more affluent she get, the more lovers she lose. As the popular idiom or proverb says:
“Money can’t buy happiness” not sure who said it but it certainly can’t.
I believe you can have all the money and power in the world but it can’t buy you happiness and certainly can’t buy you love.
On that note, the “Love Game” singer has since moved on, and recently proclaimed her love for new boyfriend, Christian Carino.
I hope for the best with this relationship Gaga.