Lady Gaga's former friend Brendan Jay Sullivan just wrote a tell-all book about the "Born This Way" singer, where he talks about how heavily involved she was with cocaine. Uh oh! Lady Gaga isn't going to like this.
The pop star's former BFF, Brendan Sullivan, wrote a book called Rivington Was Ours: Lady Gaga, The Lower East Side and the Prime of Our Lives, which claims to offer "a glimpse behind the veil of one of the biggest musical icons."
In the book, Gaga's former friend details her alleged cocaine use, saying she told him she used to do bags of the illegal drug, which she called "Judy."
Brendan says that Gaga's "one rule" was that she only did the drug when she was alone, but also claims that she tried to get him to "score" for them a couple of times when they were together.
Gaga has never denied doing drugs. In a 2010 Vanity Fair interview, the "Born This Way" singer admitted that she was terrified of heroin, but had used cocaine in the past. She even admitted that she still does use the drug every once in awhile. "I won't lie - it's occasional," she told the mag. "And when I say occasional, I mean maybe a couple of times a year."
Considering Gaga has already admitted her previous drug use, this book doesn't look like it will be dropping any big bombshells when it hits shelves later this summer.
What do you think Brendan's motivation for writing this book was? Do you think he is trying to take Gaga down or just wrote it as a nostalgic account of the time he spent with the singer?