Lana Del Rey, 38, made positive to defend herself after a web-based hater accused her of witchcraft through Instagram, as reported by Stereogum on October 9. The “Summertime Disappointment” songstress took to the feedback part through her Honeymoon Instagram account to clap again at a “Christian” influencer’s September 4 video. “B**** I do know the Bible verse for verse higher than you do,” Lana quipped. “PS you’re giving off tremendous gremlin power. Not in a great way.”

Within the now-viral clip, the influencer named Traci Coston alleged that the 38-year-old practiced “witchcraft” throughout her latest tour. “Lana Del Rey has been open about working towards witchcraft,” Traci claimed within the video. “No matter witchcraft Del Rey is doing the spell she’s placing on her music to make it enticing these demons are being invited into the group and into you whenever you attend.” As well as, Traci added a video from one among Lana’s concert events this summer season the place a crowd fell attributable to a sequence response. “This isn’t regular,” she mentioned.

Extra so, Traci then alleged that the “demons” will “destroy your life.” She claimed that her followers come to her for “deliverance” to “get rid” of the “demons” that they “get by means of stuff like this.” She concluded the video by asking her followers to “give” their “life” to “Jesus” and to cease attending concert events like Lana’s.

Quickly after the clip and Lana’s feedback landed on social media, most of the musician‘s followers took to the feedback to react. “Lana’s Christian???” one admirer wrote with reference to Lana’s public churchgoing practices. “Lana goes to church each Sunday !!” one other fan clapped back, whereas a 3rd added, “Lana’s comeback sport sturdy!”

The Grammy-nominated artist has included religious and spiritual lyrics in her music over time, together with a quote from her pastor on “The Grants.” The lyric opens her 2023 album, Did You Know that there’s a tunnel below Ocean Blvd, which was launched in March. “My pastor advised me whenever you depart, all you’re taking is your reminiscences,” she belted out on the music.

Other than the web drama, Lana just lately opened up about her album throughout an interview with with The Hollywood Reporter. “I want my album had gone as viral,” she mentioned in reference to her viral Waffle Home images from the summer season. “I woke as much as, like, 10,000 texts the following morning — some from of us I had not heard from for 10 years. ‘Noticed your image on the Waffle Home!’ (Laughing.) I used to be like, ‘Did you hear the brand new album?’”

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