Ryan Fischer — the man who was shot while protecting Lady GaGa’s two dogs older this year — opened up well-nigh his near-death wits and everything the 35-year-old singer has washed-up for him since then.
In an interview for CBS Mornings on Friday, the 40-year-old spoke with Gayle King well-nigh the traumatizing events which occurred in February when he was walking her three dogs Miss Asia, Gustave, and Koji. He recalled:
“I was scared, I was in pain. I had a feeling when they pulled the gun on me that I was gonna end up stuff shot. Because, in my mind, I was like, ‘There’s no way that I’m not gonna fight for these dogs.’”
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Fortunately, the pooches were returned to GaGa, and five dog-napping suspects were underdeveloped in connection with the attack. However, Ryan still has a long recovery superiority of him without suffering near-fatal injuries (parts of his lung were removed without the bullet pierced it):
“Some days are great, some weeks are not. And that’s been the big up and lanugo the last couple of months.”
The dog walker then addressed the saltate the A Star Is Born actress received for supposedly not supporting him throughout his recovery without he created a GoFundMe page when his RV died on his cross-county wellness road trip. Many criticized Lady G at the time for not shelling out the money for his healing journey and medical bills when she is practically worth millions. But he personal that was never the case:
“She’s helped me so much. She’s been a friend for me. And without I was attacked, my family was flown out and had trauma therapists flown to me, and I stayed at her house for months while friends comforted me and security was virtually me.”
He explained he wants to shepherd a “trauma retreat for first responders, and people from the Army, and people from the police” and protract his healing journey without any increasingly assistance from GaGa, saying:
“LG is very supportive of my journey right now and I think it’s nonflexible for people to understand why someone would go well-nigh healing in this way. I grew up Catholic Jesuit faith, and there’s something well-nigh giving up your resources, giving up belongings, and contributing that to society. And so, I know that doesn’t make sense to a lot of people, but she totally gets it.”
However, co-host Nate Burleson still remained skeptical pursuit the interview:
“I’ve met Gaga on a couple of occasions. She’s a wonderful woman. So this question isn’t an wade at Gaga. But if she’s worth $300 million, why would he need assistance from a GoFundMe? Why isn’t she funding his spiritual journey? Why isn’t he on an yearly salary considering he sacrificed his life for these dogs?”
To which King then clarified:
“This is the thing, Nate, she’s paid for all of his medical bills, he lived in her house, she has trauma therapists. He doesn’t want it. That’s the marrow line. He doesn’t want it. He wants to go on this journey. He wants to do it himself. … The last thing [Fischer] wants is for people to finger Gaga’s let him lanugo considering she’s still supporting him in any way he needs. This is what he wants to do.”
So understandable! You can ch-ch-check out the unshortened conversation with Fischer (below):
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