Singer Lana Del Rey was criticized as “irresponsible” for wearing a mesh face mask for the Coronavirus in a meet and greet.
The 36-year-old American, known for songs including Born To Die, went to the event in a flawless cover.
One fan baffled: “Why is she at an event with a group of people wearing a mesh mask? I love Lana but that’s incredibly irresponsible.”
Another wrote: “Lana wears a mesh mask on her hair WTF is very irresponsible.”
A third said, “Lana is an adult woman and we should not tell her what to do, but wearing this mask is dangerous for her and others .. It is totally irresponsible.”
Lana read excerpts from her new poetry book, Violet Bent Backwards Over The Grass, and later appeared to be taking selfies with fans who shared the footage on social media.
The singer, whose real name is Elizabeth Woolridge Grant, was spotted smiling as she appeared in the shiny mesh mask at a Los Angeles event.
Lana’s little sister, Caroline ‘Chuck’ Grant, defended her online, saying she stayed six feet – the American version of the British bunker – away from the other attendees.
“She is more than six feet away and has tested negative,” she told critics. “It’s very cold.”
However, photos captured at the event showed that Del Rey, 35, is standing next to fans, and one is so close that their heads are touching.
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California, where Los Angeles is located, has been among the worst-hit in the United States, with more than 828,000 confirmed coronavirus cases and more than 16,000 deaths.
Lana, who is behind the hit songs including Summertime Sadness and Video Games, has sold over 19 million albums and 13 million singles.
In 2012, she received the Brit Award for International Breakthrough Performance, and was awarded Best Female Artist the following year.