Lana Del Rey appears on the cover of the latest issue of Rolling Stone, and inside the magazine, the outspoken singer opens up about everything from her mental state to her legendarily awful performance on Saturday Night Live.
The interview took place in the Greenwich Village townhouse owned by Lana's boyfriend, Francesco Carrozzini, and to say that she comes off a bit unstable at times, would be putting it mildly.
At one point, Lana even tries to shy away from the honor of covering the iconic music mag:
"I'm not sure if they should run this story," the "West Coast" songstress tells her interviewer. "I just wish you could write about something else. There has to be someone else to be the cover story. Like there has to be. Anybody."
Lana claimed that she felt she didn't have anything "good" to talk about during the interview. Well, as far as we're concerned, she dropped enough gems for a dozen cover stories:
Asked about the much-publicized interview in which Lana wished she were dead, Del Rey responded:
"I feel f--king crazy. But I don't think I am. People make me crazy. I find that most people I meet figure I want to kill myself anyway, so it comes up every time."
On the topic of lyrics she's written that seem to glamorize spousal abuse, Lana remarked:
"I just don't want [my fans] to hear it at all. I'm very selfish. I make everything for me. It's just for me. I don't want them to hear it and think about it. It's none of their business!"
Sadly, Lana didn't discuss her breakup with James-Barrie O'Neill, or the fact that he seems to believe they're still together. Feels like a missed opportunity: maybe if he saw it in print, he'd finally believe it.