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Courtney Love Says She Did Not Burn Lana Del Rey’s Beach House On ‘Chemtrails Over The Country Club’ Release Day

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Well-known singer and songwriter Courtney Love, born Love Michelle Harrison, clarified an issue regarding Lana Del Rey‘s beach house with the reference of Rey’s song on her latest musical release ‘Chemtrails Over the Country Club.’

On March 19, the day Rey launched her seventh studio album, Love took to her verified Instagram account in order to celebrate the release and told off about a moment they shared in the past.

The 56-year-old star first released a series of photos of herself with Rey, and then added a couple of screenshots showing the lyrics of the song ‘Dance Till We Die‘ that refers to herself directly.

Love began her caption as follows:

“I’m so glad @lanadelrey’s album, at last, 💖 came out today. I even get a name check.”

And then addressed the following lyrics about herself, “I’m coverin’ Joni and I’m dancin’ with Joan / Stevie is callin’ on the telephone / Court almost burned down my home / But God, it feels good not to be alone” and continued her message with these words:

“In case you’re wondering , when Lana loaned me her beach house , I did not burn it down, but it’s what Sam (lutfi) told her I would do. She ignored him.”

The legendary singer, who joined Lana Del Rey on her ‘Endless Summer Tour‘ in the summer of 2015, concluded her words by expressing her love for the ‘Chemtrails Over the Country Club.’

It seems that the friendship that began back in 2012 with Love’s provocative tweet after Rey performed Nirvana’s ‘Heart-Shaped Box‘ during a concert, will continue for a long time.

Head this way to view the mentioned Instagram post.

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