September 20, 2021

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‘Never call me a racist’ – different

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Lana del Rey responded to the wave of criticism she received after her arbitrary wordy post that she was accused by critics of “glamorizing abuse” and was held to a different ideology than fellow female artists such as Doza Cat, Ariana Grande, Camilla Cabello, Cardi. B, Kahlani, Nicki Minaj and Beyonc,, who sang “about being sexy, not wearing any clothes, fingering, cheating, etc.” .

In response to the comments and his Instagram story, he wrote, “I became clear because I know you like to twist things, I love these singers and know them. That’s why I’m referring to them. I want the same freedom of expression as without hysterical judgment.”

Later, he continued, “Brother. It’s sad to make it on the WOC issue when I talk about my favorite musicians. I can literally tell someone but I’ve chosen my favorite guy. And that’s the problem of society today, not everything you want. That’s exactly the main point of my post – there are certain women who don’t want to have a voice in the culture, it may not be with the race, I don’t know what to do with it, I don’t care anymore, but they never call me a racist because it’s a bull.

He further wrote in response to the allegations of racism, “The way I speak of singers is my favorite musician, so if you have always been my guest, if you try to choose from this and make bones, it is not what I want to express without being completely destroyed.” I did not have the same opportunity to express what I wanted and if you want to say that it has something to do with the nation that is your power Supposing, however, is not what I was saying. “

He concludes by writing, “When I said that people look like me – I mean people who don’t look strong or necessarily smart, or they are in control, etc. White is not for white, ating women need a more delicate personality. – Thanks Karen for the comment. V is helpful. “

It was buried at the end of the initial post that a follow-up to his Grammy-nominated and critically acclaimed 2019 album “Norman F Inging Rockwell” will be released on September 5th.

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