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The Real Reason Lana Del Rey Deactivated Her Social Media



The Real Reason Lana Del Rey Deactivated Her Social Media
The Real Reason Lana Del Rey Deactivated Her Social Media

On 12, Lana Del Rey posted a black-and-white video on Instagram, announcing her departure from social media. “Hi guys, I just wanted to let you know that tomorrow, we are going to be deactivating our social media accounts, my social media accounts,” the singer said in the now-deleted clip (via People). “And that is simply because I have so many other interests and other jobs I’m doing that require privacy and transparency.”

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Despite her online absence, Del Rey reassured fans that she will continue to work on her craft. “I’m still present and I love what I do,” she explained. “And I’m absolutely here for the music, and I’m also just going on some different endeavors.” She then revealed what her upcoming project entails. “It’s a compilation of older and a few newer songs, some written by family and friends and mostly old collaborators, and there will probably always be more to come.”

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Elsewhere, Del Rey further explained why she’s leaving social media. “For right now, I think I’m going to just keep my circle a little bit closer and continue to develop some other skills and interests.” Then, she thanked her fans before logging off for good. “So, I’ve really enjoyed sharing these small tidbits with you, and I’m really blessed. So, thank you and … signing off.” As of this writing, Del Rey’s Instagram and Twitter accounts have, indeed, been deactivated.

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