Lana Del Rey, born on June 21, 1985, found her musical potential while singing in a church choir. She has previously stated, however, that her “musical experience” began at Fordham University. Lana Del Rey is currently one of the top pop sensations in America. Since ‘Video Games’ caught the world by storm in 2011, she has garnered several honors, like “Brit Awards,” “MTV Europe Music Awards,” and six “Grammy Award” nominations.
Del Rey began drinking excessively and developed drinking issues as a youngster in the little village of Lake Placid, and this compelled her parents to send her to Kent School, a Connecticut boarding school. Even though the boarding school was not a cure, she was entirely healed by 18 and enrolled at “Fordham University” in Bronx to study Philosophy. After that, Del Rey began performing at open mics and small venues. She signed with the independent label 5 Points after receiving feedback on a sample from a judge during a competition she participated in 2006. With the $10,000 she won, Del Rey relocated to a New Jersey trailer park.
How Lana Del Rey Gains So Much Weight?
The singer launched her career ten years ago, and ever since then, her devoted following has taken note of the gradual increase in her weight that she has experienced, particularly during the Covid Quarantine. In recent years, however, Lana Del Rey has fallen prey to body shaming and the fear of being called obese.
Most of it took place in 2020, even though there had been some discussions during the previous several years. In the middle of the COVID-19 epidemic, Del Rey put on more than a few pounds and gained the weight required for quarantine. In addition to this, her body structure appeared to have altered, and she gave off the impression of being significantly heavier today. As a direct result of this, she was subjected to severe body shaming on social media and in various tabloids.
Lana Del Rey’s Weight Gain: Fan’s Reaction
The Daily Mail released a photograph of Lana Del Rey purchasing Fourth of July decorations. The Born to Die singer wore skimpy denim shorts that exposed her legs.
She teamed them with a white fleece trimmed in navy blue and embroidered with the phrase “happy camper.” She finished her wardrobe with a purple “baseball mom” cap, a black face mask, and white shoes.
People recalled the Grammy-nominated performer as being substantially thinner than she seemed now. Lana Del Rey appeared to have gained significant weight, particularly in her stomach, hips, thighs, and lower body. People clung to the photograph like a parasite; it was a savior for finally providing them with a sense of purpose during such a tragedy.
They appeared to believe they had accomplished something by cyberbullying a lady, even if that something was attacking a woman going about her business for weight gain and fat-shaming them.
The public needed to prepare to deal with the Young and Beautiful performer’s new appearance and preferred that she make her debut before the release of this photograph.
They completely exaggerated a trivial matter (many people gained weight during their time in quarantine. They were the happiest then and began verbally assaulting her as if gaining weight was a crime and with such ferocity as if Lana Del Rey was the pandemic, which would justify such hatred.
After they published the images, there was an immediate influx of angry and body-shaming comments on the internet. Internet users without identities advised her to conceal her thighs because no one needed to see them.
People also made the ‘acute’ comment that she now resembles a refrigerator and a linebacker. In an apparent attempt to feel superior to those who were body-shaming her, some of them gave moralistic explanations for her weight gain, such as saying that she had not been eating enough vegetables.
She was known as Lana Del Rey Porkchop. The lethal virus that took off millions of people was incapable of putting things into perspective; thus, chivalry perished thousand times over.