- Gaga said she was responsible for the lives of her fans, her crew, and other members of the band
- She also apologized for not singing her collaboration with Ariana Grande ‘Rain on me’ as it was the best option looking at the situation around.
- Additionally, Lady Gaga comments on the situation stating, ‘what’s more worth it to me is life’.
American singer, songwriter, and pop icon Lady Gaga reportedly broke down to tears while sharing a message after abruptly canceling her ongoing concert in Miami amid a raging thunderstorm.
While elaborating on the incident Gaga said that she and her crew had initially planned to finish the show but changed their plans at the last moment as the thunder struck right onto a ground mere meters from them.
Gaga also claimed that even though she has maintained an image of being hardcore for a long time, she would like to be responsible for the lives of the audience, her crew, and other members of her band.
In addition, the singer-turned-actor apologized for not performing her collaboration item with Ariana Grande, ‘Rain on Me’ claiming that it was the best option at the time.
Calling back to her nickname of ‘Mother Monster” the Bad Romance hitmaker said that while keeping in line with her name, she knew that the safety of her fans is her priority.
Interestingly, a fan showcased his support for her abrupt departure by throwing a bouquet of red roses which Gaga graciously accepted.
For the unversed, the Miami concert was the final outing for the singer in support of her international The Chromatica Ball tour, which was an introductory launch for her 2020 album titled Chromatica.
However, the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic caused the global stadium to be postponed twice, attributable to the ensuing lockdown restrictions.