Lana Del Rey responds to accusations of racism

Derrick Santistevan

Lana Del Rey has actually knocked critics implicating her of racism after she discussed numerous leading artists of colour in a prolonged Instagram post.

In her post, the 34- year-old called Doja Feline, Ariana Grande, Camila Cabello, Cardi B, Kehlani, Nicki Minaj and Beyonce, and declared that they “have had number ones with songs about being sexy, wearing no clothes, f**king, cheating etc” however that she had actually been “crucified” for penning lyrics that handled violent relationships.

This provoked an upset reaction from fans, lots of of whom analyzed her declaration as assaulting the artists for having a much easier flight than she had, in spite of facing their own battles with extreme criticism, racism, sexism, and online abuse.

Countering in the remarks area of her post on Thursday night, Lana declared she had actually called the artists she did due to the fact that they are amongst her favourites, including she”would also like to have some of the same freedom of expression without judgment of hysteria”

The Video Games hitmaker went on to address accusations of racism, informing followers not to “make it about a WOC (women of colour) issue when I’m talking about my favourite singers”.

Knocking the idea that she’s racist, she raved: “It’s precisely the point of my post – there are particular women that culture does not desire to have a voice it might not have to make with race I do not understand what it has to make with.

” I do not care any longer however do not ever ever ever ever brother- call me racist since that is bulls ** t.”

The star went on to claim that her remarks were “promoting for a more fragile character” to be more widely represented rather than ” white women”.

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