Lana Del Rey
Lana Del Rey may have thought she was speaking facts when she dropped her soliloquy on Instagram, but instead the tone-deaf post got her dragged by Black Twitter, prompting Azealia Banks to drop a few facts of her own. As previously reported, early Thursday (May 21) morning, Lana Del Rey took to social media to share a controversial Instagram post that appeared to take slight digs at women of color. Del Rey named Beyoncé, Nicki Minaj, Megan Thee Stallion, and Doja Cat for having lyrics that glorify “bad girl” behavior while hitting back at her critics who say she “glamorizes abuse.”
The 34-year-old singer posted a lengthy Instagram post slamming her critics for saying she "glamorizes abuse" while Beyoncé, Nicki Minaj, Doja Cat, Cardi B, and others don't catch the same digs at their art.
Lana Del Rey let the world know last night she is not the one. Habitual troll Azealia Banks suggested the singer should apologize to Kanye West and Rey responded to her by telling her to pull up, basically.
Kanye West’s musical prowess is unparalleled and Billboard has decided to give him the dubious honor of covering the Billboard Power 100. Although Yeezy’s track record speaks for itself, he didn’t get the front cover photo-op alone as diva-in-denial Lana Del Rey and the Chairman/CEO of the Universal Music Group, Lucian Grainge also occupy cover […]
A$AP Rocky still feels a ways about that song that leaked late last week. During the red carpet prior to last night’s BET Awards, Hip-Hop Wired asked the Harlem rapper if he was cool with the Kickdrums, who he told to “SUCK MY D-ICK” via Twitter. For those unaware, the Kickdrums produced “Ridin’,” featuring Lana […]
Lana Del Rey and A$AP Rocky’s recent collaboration bore some interesting fruit. Shortly after the release of Lana’s “National Anthem” video where Rocky played the role of John F. Kennedy, they collaborate again with the release of “Ridin’,“ The Kickdrums produced cut. Originally part of The Kickdrums Follow The Leader, “Ridin'” was left off last minute and […]