Lady Gaga has taken to Twitter to ask the 'black community' to tell her how the 'non-racist white community' can help the US overcome its racial problems.
The 'Poker Face' hitmaker has been admonished by many Twitter users in response, but has also received constructive suggestions and thanks.
Gaga posed the question in the wake of the recent violent clashes during the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
"Stop asking Black people to educate you. Do your own work," responded one Twitter user.
"We [have to] tell you how to fix the problem [you] created?" asked another.
However, other expressed gratitude to the pop star.
"Thanks for asking. Speak up against your racist family and friends [and] speak out on things like," tweeted one respondent.
"Start conversations, hold socials to hash out the issues in a peaceful manner in order to become closer together. That's #HowWeDoBetter," read another response that has been liked over 3000 times.
Gaga rewteeted some of the responses herself, before tweeting a poll asking if President Trump is a racist supporter due to his controversial response to the Charlottesville violence.