American singer & songwriter, Lana Del Rey has received a lot of online criticism after net face mask while she met with fans at Barnes & Noble in Los Angeles, California.
Lana Del Rey shared an IGTV video on Instagram from an impromptu signing for her poetry book “Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass” on Oct. 2 where she was sporting the stylish mask.
Lana Del Rey Receives Online Criticism After Wear Net Mask
In pictures that circulated on Twitter, Del Rey connected with followers on the signing and posed for some pictures.
She shared two photos on Instagram where she was wearing the iridescent mask then her Fans were quick to call out the singer, leaving comments on both the photos, they urged her to wear a proper mask and condemned the singer for having an in-person event in California that drew a large crowd.
One person wrote, “YOU MAKE IT SO HARD TO STAN PLEASEE WEAR A PROPER MASK.” Another added, “I love you sis but please wear a real mask, it’s gives a bad message :(.” “Not you trying to draw a crowd during a pandemic,” another Instagram user wrote.
As you possibly can see from the book signing images, Lana’s mask doesn’t meet the CDC’s standards. According to the Centers for Disease and Control Prevention, to reduce further spread of the virus, they recommended wearing a face covering that has two more layers of washable, breathable fabric, and one that completely covers the nose and mouth.
See how her fans reacts to Lana’s mask choice below
Pat said, “.@LanaDelRey Please do not wear a mesh mask. They are useless and do not protect you or others. I made the same mistake and now I am in a situation that nobody deserves to be in. Thank you for supporting me and my husband and stay safe!”