Lady Gaga has never had a problem discussing personal details of her life with her Little Monsters. Put it together with Howard Stern, a man who doesn't know the concept of off-limits, and the possibilities are endless. Yesterday Gaga stopped by Stern's radio station for a nice one-on-one chat where the pair talked about the basics: sex, drugs, and of course music.
The radio host wasted no time in putting the pop singer on the spot by mentioning her past drug problems, stating, "When you talk about getting high, I mean, you were doing some hard core drugs, you were into coke and you loved Ecstasy so much." Gaga replied saying, "No, not then...I did later." The Edge of Glory singer explains that her reason for using drugs and dressing so eccentrically isn't for rebellious reasons, claiming "My past using any drugs or dressing any certain way was never a rebellion, it was never meant to be a f--k you." What made Gaga resort to using drugs in the first place? According to her, she just wanted a way to feel good lamenting, "I think that I was lonely and there was something about the drugs that made me feel like I had a friend…I didn't do it with other people. I did it alone. I did it all alone in my apartment and I wrote music and you know what, I regret every line I ever did. So to any of the little sweethearts that are listening, don't touch it, it's the devil." The good old, do-as-I-say-not-as-I-do approach. But hey, she can't help it -- she was Born This Way.
Gaga did a good job of dodging all of Stern's questions about her love life claiming that she doesn't have a boyfriend and continued to call Luc Carl her "best friend," but evidently that comes with some benefits. Mama Monster confesses, "I got laid last night...it's hard to find a boyfriend who doesn't mind a good tuck," referring to all the gender rumors that have been circulating about her. Stern even asked the star about her sexual orientation (are you really that surprised coming from him) to where she laughed, "that was later, that was college, that was brief." At least she was a good sport about everything.
Before ending the interview, Gaga gives a shout out and words of wisdom to all of her fans and Twitter followers saying, "I love you and I respect this show and I know you want to talk about sex and cocaine and all of that, but the truth is I don't want anyone doing drugs, a, and b, honestly you should wait as long as you can to have sex, because as a woman you don't even begin to enjoy it until your mid-20s. When you're 17, you don't even know how to operate what's going on down there and you shouldn't try." Parents no longer need to give their children the sex talk with Gaga on the case.
Source: E Online