Lily Allen has been very vocal on her support for the Labour party during the General Election campaign. And after the exit polls predicted a Conservative landslide victory, the 34-year-old tweeted: “Still holding out for a Labour majority”.
However, as the hours ticked by and it became clear Labour had lost many of its seats to the Conservatives, Lily began to fume online.
She wrote on Twitter: “Unchecked targeted bespoke propaganda. We need to start taking this seriously.”
On Instagram this morning, the singer uploaded a sad face emoji to her account where she claimed Prime Minister Boris Johnson won because “racism and misogyny run so deep in this country”.
She vented: “Some say it was Brexit, some day it was Jeremy, personally, and I know no one wants to hear it, I think that racism and misogyny runs so so deep in this country and that Boris won because of his attitude towards those things and not in spite of them.”
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She tweeted: “Unchecked targeted bespoke propaganda. We need to start taking this seriously.”
One fan went on to tweet the star: “Someone please get @lilyallen on TV – to see that over paid, privilege denying clown on TV would top my night #GeneralElection #UKelection2019.”
To which she hit back: “To which the star appeared to snap altogether, responding: “Oh f**k off I shout out my privilege every 5 mins.
“It’s because of my privilege and proximity to to it that I know what inherently greedy c***s we all are. I KEEP TRYING TO TELL YOU.”