Lady Gaga Slams Media for Winehouse ‘Spin’

Lady Gaga slammed the media Aug 01 for how it “spins things” about the death of Amy Winehouse and the late singer’s battle with addiction.

“Amy didn’t need to learn any lessons. The world could learn to be kind to a superstar,” said the 25-year-old singer, who spoke out while serving as a guest host on ABC talk show “The View.”

Winehouse was found dead at her home in north London on July 23. The cause of her death remains unknown but the English hitmaker’s struggle with substance abuse was widely presumed to be a major factor.

“I couldn’t speak for 48 hours straight. I was in such shock,” Lady Gaga continued about her response to the news of the 27-year-old’s death, adding that she felt “devastated and sad.”

The native New Yorker discussed how she herself dabbled in hard drugs but an intervention caused her to change her ways.

“I was so embarrassed. My dad called me out on it,” she said, though she admitted she remains part of the “green club” — alluding to marijuana use.

“There’s a way to be recreational and be young and have fun,” she said, but warned her fans — known as “little monsters” — to not hurt themselves.

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