Lana Del Rey applauded a fan on Twitter who assumed she voted for Donald Trump instead of Joe Biden in the election and told her to “f*** yourself.
The race for the White House continues with no winner in sight as the counting continues into Wednesday.
The counting of votes is still going on in states where there are close races, including Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Georgia and Nevada. Their votes on the electoral college are crucial for both candidates to cross the line.
President Trump insisted on his victory in this state in the early hours of Wednesday morning during a defiant press conference in which he prematurely claimed victory amidst ongoing vote counts.
It goes without saying that tensions are high and the “Blue Jeans” singer was not impressed when a fan suspected who she was voting for in the tight race.
The singer, whose first name is Elizabeth Grant, did not hold back when she interacted with a fan in the social media today.
The fan initially tweeted: “All I know is that Elizabeth voted for Trump, I wish I could look up her voting records. Something is wrong with me”.
To which Grant replied: “Go ahead. F***. Yourself.”
Obviously surprised by the blunt answer, the fan continued tweeting: “Lana told me to go fuck myself if I let her tattoo on my arm lmfaoooooo all right then.”
Grant then added: “Nah, read what you wrote h***.”
Here are screenshots of Lana del Rey putting you in your place and not giving a damn about you. The queen wanted to see blood pic.twitter.com/9xRZMVk4tV
– legendary del rey (@nfrstan) November 4, 2020
The “Born to Die” contract killer has not shied away from speaking her mind about politics in the past.
In 2018 she published a commentary on Kanye West’s Instagram page in which she said “The trump card of becoming our president was a loss to the country, but your support for him is a loss to culture.
To further dissipate the hopes of the president – who even today did not receive many votes – she wrote: “I can only assume that you are in some way connected with his personality. Megalomania, extreme topics with narcissism – none of these would be a topic of conversation if we did not talk about the man who runs our country.
“If you think it’s okay to support someone who thinks it’s okay to put a woman on p**** just because he’s famous – then you need an intervention as much as he does – something that so many narcissists will never get because there’s just not enough help for the subject. A message sent with a concern that will never be addressed”. (about Cosmopolitan)
The singer made headlines earlier this year when she shared a long Instagram post criticizing “writers and alto singers” and those who criticized her music.