“I want to be honest that I have concerns about what’s going to happen”
Lana Del Rey has a message about her stolen stuff.
In a series of videos shared on Instagram, artist ‘Norman F–king Rockwell’ revealed that a backpack containing several devices, including a computer containing new music and a 200-page book, had been stolen when his car was broken into in Los Angeles. .
“A few months ago I parked my car in Melrose Place and drove away for a minute,” Del Rey said. “And the one time I left my backpack in my car, someone broke all the windows and took it.”
The singer erased the device containing the only copy of her unpublished book from a remote location. In addition to the computer, Lana also lost three camcorders which contained footage of her family home and personal photos which slowly leaked online.
“Please don’t listen to the music if you can hear it because it’s not coming out yet,” Del Rey pleaded with his fans. “And as for the book, I loved the book that I lost with all my heart and put a lot of passion into it. And as for the camcorders, we’ll see what happens with that So it’s an update that I obviously wouldn’t normally give, but I’m worried about it.”
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Although her new music has been stolen, the 37-year-old singer still plans to share her ninth studio album with her fans in the future. Lana confessed that the frequency of these targeted thefts has been “a bit of a hindrance in terms of the creative process and safety and the value of things and my safety as well, with all the action going on around me, my home , Everywhere I go.”
“I don’t even think a plea for respect or a little privacy would do anything, but I want to be honest that I have concerns about what’s going to happen,” he said. -she adds.
“I hope nothing else is available or stolen, and that’s just an off-the-cuff thought I’ve had for a long time,” Del Rey explained earnestly. “I don’t really like sharing things that aren’t brewing. But that’s why I was deprived in the first place, and it doesn’t really seem to have any bearing on whether or not things actually stay. private. But you know, even if I only have my innermost thoughts left, I accept that.”