Anyone intimately familiar with with Lady Gaga‘s narrative will note how integral choreographer Laurieann Gibson was. Once upon a time.
Having developed the performer before she even got signed, Gibson and Gaga would go on to create magic moments with dance and visuals for the likes of ‘Poker Face,’ ‘Bad Romance,’ and ‘You & I.’
However, their fruitful relationship ground to an abrupt halt in 2011 when Mother Monster cut ties with her longtime creative director.
Now, after years of minimal or subliminal comments, Ms. Boom Kack is sharing her side of the story. The whole story.
Dive below for hear what she said…
In a revealing sit-down with Hollywood Unlocked, Gibson – who was promoting her new Lifetime show – implied that trouble abound when Gaga started drinking the “fame Koolaid.”
She heavily inferred that the crux of their clash stemmed from the singer not wanting her to tout how integral she was to the “Gaga” brand, image and output. Something Gibson was indeed doing around the time (side note: remember her BET show ‘Born To Dance’?)
Check out the segment below (it’ll autoplay from the Gaga part):
Only the ladies will know what truly transpired. But we will say that we feel their split to be unfortunate.