Beyoncé, Camila Cabello, Ariana Grande and other stars badly tackled by Lana Del Rey, the singer pushes a big rant

A woman who doesn't have her tongue in her pocket! If Lana Del Rey, who canceled her European tour at the beginning of the year, has made a name for herself in the music industry and has several million loyal fans around the world, it seems that the 34-year-old singer has reached a point of no return. Very upset by the way some people perceive it, Lana Del Rey posted a long message on his Instagram account and also took the opportunity to publicly clash with some of the other big music stars. Very frank, the interpreter of Summertime Sadness did not mince words …

In this message in question, the singer talks about cash: "Now that Doja Cat, Ariana Grande, Camila Cabello, Cardi B, Kehlani, Nicky Minaj and Beyoncé have had number 1 songs about being sexy, not wearing clothes, kissing and cheating, then- I start singing again about feeling beautiful when I'm in love even if the relationship is not perfect or dancing for money without being crucified or accused of making glamor abuse? I’m sick of singers who say that when in truth I’m just a glamorous person singing the reality of the emotionally abusive relationships that are so prevalent in the world. ”

In this famous message, Lana Del Rey defends at the same time her point of view on feminism: "Let me be clear, I am not against feminists but there must be a place in feminism for women who look like me and act like me. The kind of woman who says no but men understand yes, (…) the kind of woman who gets her own stories and voice ripped off by stronger women or men who hate women ". If it is still difficult to know where the singer is coming from, she also announces that she will further detail her feelings in her next two books of poems. While waiting to discover them, here are the new dates of the Coachella 2020 festival, then offbeat because of the Coronavirus where Lana Del Rey, Travis Scott, Aya Nakamura, Calvin Harris and many others plan to do the show.