Lana Del Rey Reveals Album Release Date On Instagram

Lana Del Rey Hits Back At Accusations Of Racism Following Her Savage Instagram Rant

So Lana sunk, as in she landed, and dunker meaning the point trying to get across, (Imagine dunker meaning truth bomb).

"I'm sick of alternative songwriters and singers who say I'm romanticizing abusive behaviors when, in reality, I'm just a glamorous person who sings about the reality of emotionally abusive relationships that are prevalent around the world.", continues the singer.

In the original post, Lana hit back at critics who say she glamorizes abuse and she name checked artists like Doja Cat, Ariana Grande, Nicki Minaj, Beyonce, and more.

"Perhaps I could've given more contest to my post by mentioning the title of the second book that would be out next March called 'behind the iron gates- insights from an institution, '" Lana continued.

These comments were not well received by the public, which made Lana widely criticized on social media.

"This is sad to make it about a WOC [women of colour] issue when I'm talking about my favourite singers", she wrote. "To be clear because I knowwwwww you love to twist things".

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She then gives a glib apology to the people she offended, who she says she assumes are "super trump/pence supporters or hyper liberals or flip flopping headline grabbing critics [who] can't read and want to make it a race war". And this is the problem with society today, not everything is about whatever you want it to be.

In a long Instagram post this week the singer claimed she had been depicted as anti-feminist, despite singing about similar themes as other female artists.

"If I even expressed a note of sadness in my first two records I was deemed hysterical". She then expressed her plead that she be allowed to sing whatever she wants about "being embodied, feeling attractive by being in love", even if the form of relationship is not with the assumed ideal scenario.

Some people think that the comment meant that Doja was saying "points were made" but a lot of people are taking the comment to mean that Lana tried to dunk with the post mentioning all those other women, but her shot was sunk by "gang", who in this case are the fans who called her out on it.

Lana del Rey did not give details about Norman Fucking Rockwell's successor!, the album with which she was named Grammy for Album of the Year in 2020, however, it is speculated that her new work will be titled White Hot Forever.

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