Lana Del Rey denies racism after she is criticised for comments she made about Beyonce, Nicki Minaj and others

Adrian Ovalle

Lana Del Rey has actually protected herself versus accusations of racism after implicating a host of prominent female vocalists of hypocrisy in the music market.

The 34- year-old dealt with a reaction after publishing a declaration on Instagram calling out stars, consisting of Beyonce, Doja Feline, Cardi B, Camila Cabello and Nicki Minaj

The Video Games vocalist stated her post was absolutely nothing to do with race, and she just noted her “favourite singers”.

Rapper Nicki Minaj can be found in for some criticism

As did Cardi B

In the post, Del Rey rejected her lyrics are anti-feminist or glamorise abuse and name-checked the other woman artists.

She stated now those other women have actually had “number ones with songs about being sexy, wearing no clothes, f***ing, cheating etc” she wished to sing easily “without being crucified”.

Del Rey stated: “I think it’s pathetic that my minor lyrical exploration detailing my sometimes submissive or passive roles in my relationships has often made people say I’ve set women back hundreds of years.”

Nevertheless, her prolonged message rapidly drew criticism for pointing out primarily women of colour.

Reacting, Del Rey composed in the comments area of her post: “This is unfortunate to make it about a WOC (women of colour) problem when I’m talking about my preferred vocalists …

” And this is the problem with society today, not whatever is about whatever you desire it to be. It’s precisely the point of my post – there are specific women that culture does not wish to have a voice it might not involve race I do not understand what it involves.

“I don’t care anymore but don’t ever ever ever ever bro- call me racist because that is bulls***.”

She likewise stated that when she pointed out “women who look like me,” in her original post, she was not describing race.

Del Rey is understood for her dark lyrics which frequently check out unhealthy relationships

Del Rey composed: “And my last and final note on everything-when I said people who look like me-I meant the people who don’t look strong or necessarily smart, or like they’re in control etc. it’s about advocating for a more delicate personality, not for white woman.”

Del Rey, who is understood for her dark lyrics which regularly check out styles consisting of mentally violent relationships, likewise stated she is “not a feminist”.

Born Elizabeth Woolridge Grant, Del Rey’s phase name was influenced by 1940 s Hollywood starlet Lana Turner.

She signed off her message by referencing the ‘Karen meme’, which has actually ended up being popular throughout the coronavirus pandemic and is normally utilized to tease white women with a viewed sense of privilege.

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Del Rey composed: “Thanks for the Karen comments tho. V helpful.”

She signed off her post by revealing her brand-new album – White Hot Forever – will be launched on 5 September.

The vocalist likewise stated she will be releasing 2 brand-new books of poetry, in which she will be “sharing more of her feelings”.

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