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Lana Del Rey just removed herself from ALL social media.

Admit it. She did what you really want to do, but you won’t because you can’t. You can’t make it without big tech platforms. You’re trapped by the big man. It was fun in the beginning before you bartered your soul away.

I enjoyed posting my favorite photos before I fell into the abyss of LIKES, CLICKS, EMOJIS, & AlGORITHMS.

And if you speak against the big man? They’ll limit your reach. If you poke the bear enough, they’ll ban you.

There are new platforms rivaling the big media temples like Rumble and Substack, but they’re not geared for the artist. Artists need a new platform. Clubhouse is toast. The horsemen of the apocalypse – Google, YouTube, Twitter, and FB are too established for newbies. If you’re not in the circle of elites, forget about making noise. Time after time again, big tech shows they don’t give a shit about the artist community. They’re consumed with selling creepy smart glasses that make a perfect spy tool for perverts.

Like a lot of others, I yearn for a day of reckoning.

Why did Lana Del Rey deactivate her accounts?

She says, “That is simply because I have so many interests, and other jobs I’m doing that require privacy and transparency.”

Maybe she was alarmed over a post or a comment, and most likely she’ll be back after sometime, but if it was up to her, she’d be gone forever.

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