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Lana Del Rey tells fan to ‘go f**k herself’ after suggesting she voted for Donald Trump

Lily Wakefield November 4, 2020
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Lana Del Rey in 2018 in Los Angeles, California. (Michael Tran/FilmMagic)

When a Lana Del Rey fan suggested that she voted for Donald Trump, the singer was quick to clap back and tell her to “go f**k herself”.

Despite her huge queer fanbase and statement in 2018 that “Trump becoming our president was a loss for the country”, one Lana Del Rey fan took to Twitter on election night to suggest that the singer had voted for Donald Trump.

The fan wrote: “I just KNOW Elizabeth voted for Trump, I wish I could look up her voting records. Something doesn’t sit right with me.”

In response, Lana simply hit back: “Go. Fxck. Yourself.”

When the same person then wrote that she was such a big fan that she even had a tattoo of of the artist on her arm, Lana said: “Nah read what u wrote hoe.”

The upset super fan said it was “really hard” but that she was going to “have to unstan”.

“Bro,” said Lana. “I’ve been waiting for u to. Do it.”

Further rumours swirled online that Lana Del Rey was a secret Trump supporter, with another Twitter user posting a short clip of her election night Instagram livestream, in which she can be heard saying: “That’s a lot of red.”

But Lana continued to defend herself, writing: “Choosing this misleading clip out of the entire livestream isn’t going to get you more livestreams… Stupid.”

Lana Del Rey previously joined a group of witches to ‘bind’ Donald Trump.

In 2017, Lana Del Rey announced that she would be joining witches around the world in casting a binding spell on president Trump to stop him from doing further harm.

She shared the details of the mass spell with her Twitter followers, and wrote: “At the stroke of midnight Feb 24, March 26, April 24, May 23. Ingredients can b found online?”

Ingredients for the spell included an orange candle with Trump’s name engraved in the side, an unflattering photo of the president and a tower tarot card.

The spell, in part, beseeched Trump in the name of “Liberty, Love, Equality and Peace”.

More: Donald Trump, joe biden, Lana Del Rey, presidential election 2020

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