She doesn’t play”[Video] games.”
Singer/songwriter Lana Del Rey, 37, has put up a billboard – and only one – to promote her album Did You Know That There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd, due out March 10.
But instead of targeting popular marketing areas like New York City or Los Angeles, the billboard is located in Tulsa, Oklahoma — her ex-boyfriend Sean Larkin’s hometown.
“There’s only one and it’s in Tulsa,” Del Rey captioned a photo of the billboard on her private Instagram page. A screenshot of the post is circulate on Twitter.
“It’s. Personal,” she added in the comments.
To add insult to injury, Del Rey dropped her album title track and album announcement on Larkin’s birthday, December 7th.
Fans have lost their minds and applauded Del Rey’s wild movement.
“The fact that Lana Del Rey just put up a billboard in her ex’s town is the amount of pettiness I aspire to.” A fan laughed.
“Lana Del Rey putting up the only billboard promoting her album in Tulsa, Oklahoma (her ex’s hometown) is the level of shadyness I’m aiming for. Taylor Swift taught her well.” Another fan tweeted by Del Rey’s Snow on the Beach collaborator.
“Lana Del Rey putting up her ONLY billboard in her ex’s town is so me.” related to another.
“Date Idea: Who wants to go to Tulsa and take pictures at the Lana Del Rey billboard?” asked another.
Del Rey and Larkin, 49, split in 2020 and called it quits because of their “busy schedules.” During their six-month relationship, they split their time between Los Angeles and Tulsa, where Larkin was a police sergeant. He retired last year.
He appeared on the A&E reality show Live PD and was a co-host on the podcast “Coptals and cocktails.”
“When we were in Tulsa, we hung out with my cop friends and their spouses. We all partied together at the Super Bowl, dinner and things like that,” he told the New York Times in March 2020. “Normal things that couples do with their boyfriends.”
In an interview with former Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele, published in May, Del Rey said her new album has a more aggressive tone than her previous works.
“On the first song, I hit record and sang, ‘Looking back and running my fingertips over plastic bags, I wish I could extrapolate a little intent, or maybe catch your attention for a minute or two.'”
“It’s a very wordy album. So no room for color. It’s almost like I’m typing in my head,” she added.
https://nypost.com/2022/12/20/lana-del-rey-promotes-new-album-with-one-billboard-in-exs-hometown/ Lana Del Rey advertises the new album with a billboard – in her ex’s hometown