Lana Del Rey is making her point clear.
The 35-year-old Born to Die superstar got candid on social media after a BBC Radio 1 interview, during which she addressed Trump and the pro-Trump riots at the Capitol building days ago.
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During the chat, Lana described the attempted coup at the U.S. Capitol as “disassociated rage” and suggested that Trump didn’t knowingly incite the riot, a point which she later clarified on Twitter on Tuesday (January 12).
“Just to take a moment to say that what I was describing w the bbc was that Trump is so significantly impaired that he may not know what he was doing due to his significant lack of empathy and the wider ranging problem is the issue of sociopathy and narcissism in America,” she wrote.
“I’ll say it again I don’t appreciate the larger magazines taking my well-intentioned and believe it or not liberal comments out of context. It’s actually what I sing about quite often. It’s what I’ve been condemned for saying. You can listen to the entire interview,” she continued.
“I also want to say that I don’t appreciate complex magazine inferring that I thought it was right to storm the capital. After my long term relationship with them and exclusive interviews over the last 11 years I think it’s pathetic – if Rolling Stone chimes in-same goes for them,” she added.
Here’s more about what she said during the interview.
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