"I intend to remove this song off of iTunes and other streaming platforms and will not be working with him again", she said.
Gaga's collaboration with Kelly had been intensely criticized when it was released, in part because of the allegations against him and because of the sexually charged performances they did on Saturday Night Live and the American Music Awards in 2013.
As you can see above, the clip shows Jocelyn's dad Timothy Savage begging for his daughter to get in touch with her family as they haven't heard from her, whilst he also states he hopes that she's watched the much-talked about documentary.
Since then, a number of artists have distanced themselves from Kelly, with Lady Gaga being the most recent to do so.
Kelly has denied the accusations leveled in the docuseries, which is titled "Surviving R. Kelly".
Gaga broke her long-held silence about collaborating with the disgraced R&B singer on her 2013 album "Artpop" on Thursday, apologizing for her "poor judgment" during a "dark time in [her] life".
"R. Kelly and I have sometimes very untrue things written about us, so in a way this was a bond between us", she said during a 2013 press conference.
The singer stands with all sexual assault victims who have been tainted by R.Kelly and vowed to do so in a statement.
Greenberg said the singer and "A Star is Born" actress was "doing what she thinks is politically correct". His music streamed 870,316 times on January 2, the day before the series premiere, but Nielsen said Thursday Kelly's music garnered almost 1.73 million streams after the sixth episode aired January 6.
"There is nothing that can be done to investigate these allegations without the cooperation of both victims and witnesses".
As he mulls a lawsuit, the Fulton County (Atlanta) District Attorney's Office announced this week they have opened an investigation into Kelly based on the documentary.