Lady GaGa’s Ex Is Mad She Doesn’t Answer Her Telephone, Sues For $35 Million
A music producer and ex-boyfriend of Lady GaGa is suing the pop star for $35 million, claiming that she ditched him after she achieved international success. Sounds a little bit like a case of the jealous ex-lover to us.
Rob Fusari, a music producer and songwriter who wrote Destiny’s Child’s “Bootylicious” and Will Smith’s “Wild, Wild West” claims that he discovered Lady Gaga when she was still going by her real name Stefani Germanotta and helped shape her into the GaGa we know and love today. He claims he gave her the name “Lady GaGa,” convinced her to move towards pop music and co-wrote Lady GaGa’s “Paparazzi” and “Beautiful, Dirty, Rich” from her debut album, “The Fame.”
However, Fusari claims that both his professional and romantic relationship with Lady GaGa soured after she started to achieve international fame. Basically, Our Lady Of Ga started to work with other producers and grew apart from her old boyfriend. Somebody call the Whambulence! Fusari claims that he has yet to be paid in full for royalties and a 15 percent share in merchandising revenue he claims he is owed.