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Frances Bean Cobain To Lana Del Rey: Don’t ‘Romanticize’ The ‘Death Of Young Musicians’

Kurt Cobain's daughter weighs in on Lana's 'I wish I were dead' comments.

It looks like Lana Del Rey isn’t the only person displeased with how her recent interview with The Guardian turned out. Frances Bean Cobain, the daughter of Courtney Love and late Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, has taken issue with the “Shades Of Cool” singer’s much-publicized “I wish I were dead” comments.

In a series of tweets posted late Sunday night, the 21-year-old expressed her disappointment with Del Rey for romanticizing “the death of young musicians,” invoking her father’s suicide in 1994 to get her point across. Perhaps to keep the more easily agitated Twitter users at bay, Cobain concluded that she was not attacking the singer, who she finds “too talented to waste it away.”

But Lana responded on Monday (June 23), and according to he Ultraviolence singer, “it’s all good.”

“it’s all good. He was asking me a lot a out your dad I said I liked him because he was talented not because he died young,” Lana wrote. “the other half of what I said wasn’t really related to the people he mentioned/ I don’t find that part of music glam either.”

Lana has distanced herself from the Guardian article, claiming that interviewer Tim Jonze’s “leading questions about death and persona were calculated” in a series of since-deleted tweets.

In response, Jonze posted a two-minute recording of the section of the Del Rey interview in question, adding that: “Ultimately, the problem with Lana’s complaint is that she doesn’t seem to know what she’s actually complaining about … She’s not alleging that I made up her quotes, nor is she claiming that they’ve been ‘twisted’ or that we’ve printed them out of context.”