‘Yeah I did it’: Singer Lana Del Rey admits using witchcraft to place a hex on President Trump
Singer Lana Del Rey, best known for her hit songs “Video Games” and “Summertime Sadness,” has now admitted in an interview that she has used her knowledge of witchcraft to try to place a hex on President Donald Trump.
In an interview with British music publication NME, Del Rey admitted that a mysterious tweet that she sent out earlier this year that asked her followers to gather ingredients for a midnight ceremony was part of an attempt to place a hex on Trump.
“Yeah, I did it,” the singer told NME. “Why not? Look, I do a lot of sh*t.”
Expanding on her interest in the occult, Del Rey said she believed that “vibrations” created by thoughts were capable of manifesting themselves physically, presumably via occult rituals.
“I’m in line with Yoko [Ono]and John [Lennon] and the belief that there’s a power to the vibration of a thought,” she said. “Your thoughts are very powerful things and they become words, and words become actions, and actions lead to physical charges.”
Del Rey’s original hex was designed to get Trump removed from office. While that hasn’t happened yet, he does have the lowest approval rating of any first-year president ever, and he’s come under the scrutiny of former FBI Director Robert Mueller, who was appointed as special counselor to investigate Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.