“I post some things from my personal life, I post some things from my business life, I post some things from my musical life.
“But I will say that I’m not super obsessed with reading comments or counting likes or making sure everybody loves everything.
“Honestly, sometimes I wonder if the people who invented social media all got in a room and went: ‘Let’s start something where nobody has to be brave and ever.'”
‘I have a lot of hopes and dreams.’
During her interview with the magazine the “Stupid Love” singer captured the spirit of resilience and innovation held by many leading the charge in the fight against the coronavirus.
Rather than simply, say, singing “Imagine” and saying “that’s enough activism for the day“, she has barrelled into the front of health activism.
Lady Gaga announced this week that she had raised more than $35 million for relief and research efforts in partnership with the World Health Organization.
In channelling this energy, she explained how she wants to do more to give back.
“[I’ll do] more charity with the Born This Way Foundation. I want to do way more philanthropy.
“I want to help fund more research about fibromyalgia and neuropathic and chronic pain by putting a team of doctors together.
I have a lot of dreams and hopes. What I will actually accomplish, I have no idea, but I know that I’ll be doing it with the people I love.
We, for one, hope you enjoyed finding out about why Lady Gaga tweeted the letter “f” one day as a brief interlude to your daily dose of coronavirus-fuelled existential dread.