Say what folk will about Lady Gaga, but there’s no denying that her rapid ascend remains a Pop story for the ages.
It’s little wonder then why her split from the man who powered it, Troy Carter, is still an equally compelling narrative.
After achieving gargantuan success, the pair dramatically (and suddenly) parted in 2013 just days after the release of Gaga’s fourth opus ‘ARTPOP.’
In the time since, Mother Monster (shephered by Carter’s second-in-command Bobby Campbell) has managed a slow-but-steady rebuilding of her career following the brick wall the LP smashed into, while Carter has gone on to manage Miguel, Meghan Trainor, and more.
During a recent interview with Bloomberg, the media mogul didn’t shy away from questions about Gaga and instead addressed his time working with her and their “heartbreaking” parting.
Peep the interesting interview below…
An insightful watch.
It’s awesome to see Troy continue to speak so highly of his former client (despite some of her less than subtle digs at the time of their split). Very classy.
There’s no two ways about it; they made magic during their time together and will likely continue to make a mark on their respective paths.