Few days ago, Lady Gaga said, she was honored to work with sexual abuse survivors at the Oscars 2016 and now, the 'Poker Face' hit-maker and the sexual assault survivors have got matching tattoos.
The 29-year-old singer got ink on the back of her shoulder, while some of the sexual abuse survivors got tattoos on their backs and on their wrists, E! Online reports.
Later, the singer, who flaunted her ink in a black and white picture shared on her Snapchat, shared a series of images on Twitter and captioned one of the pic as, "This is not a bedroom. This is my office," and added "#FreeEveryWoman #FreeKesha."
During the 88th Academy Awards, the 'Paparazzi' hit-maker enthralled her fans by performing Oscar-nominated song 'Til It Happens to You,' a song on sexual abuse.
Gaga was sexually assaulted when she was 19. 'Till It Happens to You,' written with Diane Warren, a nominee for 'best original song,' appears in 'The Hunting Ground,' a documentary about sexual assault on college campuses that was directed by Kirby Dick.