Lana Del Ray wreaks havoc as she wears a mesh face masks
“Born to Die” in a bedazzled facemask?
Lana Del Ray was ridiculed on social media for carrying a rhinestone-encrusted mesh face masks for a meet-and-greet occasion with followers over the weekend in Los Angeles.
The 35-year-old singer made a spontaneous cease at a Barnes & Noble at The Grove to advertise a brand new poetry guide — and wore the masks, which doesn’t seem to guard in opposition to coronavirus.
The “Born to Die” singer additionally adorned the mesh masks on the duvet of Interview journal.
Los Angeles County COVID-19 pointers ask that everybody put on a fabric face protecting when interacting with individuals outdoors of their households, in each personal and public areas.
Followers and critics weren’t impressed with the singer’s use of mesh masks, calling her “irresponsible” and “a hazard to herself and others.”
”lana i’m begging you put on an actual masks,” one fan wrote on Instagram.
One other fan added, “individuals my age having critical situations and getting Corona might simply kill them. You behave like my mother, your such a Karen, how previous are you wtf…”
Del Ray’s sister, Caroline Grant, responded to the backlash, and informed the Unbiased, her sister had “examined destructive” and was standing “greater than six ft away,” on the signing.
Others referred to as the singer a “Karen,” and created memes referencing the title of her album “Born to Die.”
On Sunday, Del Ray posted one other video on Instagram carrying a leopard-print masks.
California at the moment has greater than 831,000 confirmed instances of the coronavirus and over 16,000 deaths.
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