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Mother Monster tweeted a statement just last week about her plans to meet with the president and talk anti-bullying legislation following the news of the death of her 14-year-old gay fan Jamey Rodemeyer, and the pop star stayed true to her word.
Reportedly, Gaga attended a Sunday night (Sept. 25) fundraiser in California hosted by Obama, at the cost of $35,800 per ticket, and spoke on the issue in front of the well-to-do crowd and the president himself.
Wearing all black to mourn the death of Jamey, to whom she dedicated her weekend iHeartRadio Festival performance, Gaga briefly met with Obama before the event officially began, and later spoke during the Q&A session. She thanked Obama for all he has accomplished thus far before proceeding to read a letter from a fan concerning the death of Jamey.
She then made a plea, proposing that a law be put in place against bullying. President Obama thanked the singer for her participation before addressing his administration's anti-bullying campaign and American values in general.
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