Lana Del Rey Slams Critics In A Long Instagram Post


Singer Lana Del Rey performs at Terminal 5 on October 23, 2017 in New York City.

The singer Lana Del Rey, took to his

Instagram early Thursday to announce his new album and slam his critics. The King of the post stated that he was “fed up” after allegations of the singer was “the exaltation of the abuse.”

Lana Del Rey attends the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards at STAPLES Center on January 26, 2020 in Los Angeles, California.

The King began his statement by name-checking fellow female singer-songwriters and highlighting your writing options.

“Doja Cat, Ariana, Camila, Cardi B, Kehlani and Nicki Minaj and Beyonce have had number one songs end up being [provocativa]not having clothes, f*cking, deception, etc,” the “Video Games”, the singer wrote.

The singer wondered if now that his friends had covered the issues of whether she could continue writing and singing about the problems that she wanted to without receiving the constant criticism that she believed that they have endured. The King of songs often spoke of her past, abusive relationships.

The artist left out of his bashers as alt singers and female writers. The King wrote that his “minor lyrical exploration” had to endure years of criticism. The artist continued to state that the criticisms have gone so far as to accuse her of setting women back hundreds of years.”

The King wants things to change. While explicitly stating that she “is not a feminist,” The King wondered if he could have a place within feminism for a person like her. She discussed in the post, a situation of all women to come together.

The singer went on to defend their actions and the lyrics of a song that says that he has been “honest” about all of their experiences. The King went so far as to say that the imperfect of relationships occurred more often than not. She reported that the abuse and the relationship of topics on which he has written about are similar to other women’s experiences.

“That is what it is for many women,” King wrote.

Still, despite the negativity, The King remained upbeat and believes that his writing has helped others. Of their experience, “paved the way for other women to stop putting on a happy face,” and now the women were able to “say whatever the hell he wanted in his music,” his statement declared.

This post is not the last you will hear of the singer. The King will continue to share her relationship experiences in two new books of poetry, as well as his next album. The post announced the release date of 5 September.

The King on the last disc, Norman F*cking Rockwellwas nominated for Album of the Year, and the title of the track nominated for Song of the Year at the Grammys. The singer has been nominated six times total, but has yet to bring home a trophy.

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Diego Cabrera

Diego Cabrera

Of Fuenlabrada, and 91, when there was still more sheep than concrete blocks. There I grew up, there I live and there I made my debut in journalism shouting baskets in the Fernando Martín. I told stories in Loving Valencia for three years and no longer unemployed