Video: Lana Del Rey Finally Presented The Long-awaited Video - But She Was Immediately Accused Of Racism
2023 Author: Henry Pass | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-27 21:12
Today is a joyous day for the fans of Lana Del Rey: the singer has finally presented the long-awaited video for the song Chemtrails Over the Country Club, the release of which has been repeatedly postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. In the new video, she appears as a seductive werewolf - in the company of other girls in lingerie and pearl jewelry, she turns from a woman into a wolf in the middle of the forest, and in one of the final scenes she washes the blood from her body. In general, the video is made in the style of vintage horror films - this can be seen in everything, from the outfits of the heroines to the used filter.
True, the joy of the fans was overshadowed by a scandal involving their favorite singer. Del Rey was accused of racism. A day earlier, she presented the cover of her upcoming album. On it she is captured surrounded by 10 girls. Instagram users immediately noted that they are all white. Hence, Del Rey denies inclusiveness and diversity. True, as the singer herself explained, all these women are her close friends, and some of them have Mexican roots. She wrote the post: “I've always been extraordinarily inclusive without even trying to do it. My best friends are rappers, my ex-boyfriends were rappers. My dear friends are from all over the world. I am not the one who storms the Capitol. I literally change the world with my thoughts and my love 24/7. Respect this. We will remind that earlier she had to make excuses because of accusations of racism. In May, she wrote a post on Instagram where she criticized Beyoncé, Cardi B and Nicki Minaj for the sexual overtones of their songs. Users then noted that all singers allocated to her were black. This post has now been removed.
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