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Lana Del Rey is once again facing backlash from her fans, this time over a video showing looters in the riots protesting George Floyd’s death.
Earlier this month, Del Rey took to Instagram to address criticism that her music was “glamorizing abuse.” In the message, Del Rey called out a plethora of other artists for making “songs about being sexy, wearing no clothes, f—ing, cheating, etc.” Most of the women listed by Del Rey are black, causing followers to accuse her of racial bias in her response.
The article goes on to state the following:
Now, amid nationwide protests and riots, Del Rey is facing criticism for sharing up-close-and-personal video footage of looters.
lana del rey posted a minute long video of people looting stores for her 16.5 millions followers to see SHE EVEN ZOOMED IN??? I HAVE NO WORDS pic.twitter.com/arNnpZoKfo
— a⁷ #BLM (@outroswt) May 31, 2020
I’m sorry @LanaDelRey but I’m done with you, I’m gonna be selling your vinyls and highly sought at coke necklace and merch and donating whatever I make to Black Lives Matter
— Joseph Aranda 🏳️🌈 (@jlaranda95) May 31, 2020
@LanaDelRey thank you for removing your post!!!!!!!!!!!
— TINASHE (@Tinashe) May 31, 2020
The singer reportedly removed the long video after all the backlash, but a shorter video is still up on her Instagram account.
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