Imagine getting that tweet from one of your favorite artists. Ouch.
Shortly after, another user asked Del Rey if she wanted a link to the album so that she could report it, and though she did say she wanted it, a third user chimed in to let her know that the link had already been removed.
It's safe to say fans are looking forward to the singer's new album dropping on Friday. This will be the first album from Del Rey since her 2015 release, "Honeymoon."
In an recent interview with Pitchfork, Del Ray admitted that politics has played part in hew new album, citing that the change from Barack Obama to Donald Trump has not only affected her view of the world, but her music as well.
"Women started to feel less safe under this administration instantly," she said. "What if they take away Planned Parenthood? What if we can't get birth control? The reason why I asked Stevie Nicks to be on the record is because she changes when her environment changes, and I'm like that as well."
She also says that under the "Trump" administration, she questions her safety as a woman.
"I feel less safe than I did when Obama was president. When you have a leader at the top of the pyramid who is casually being loud and funny about things like that, it's brought up character defects in people who already have the propensity to be violent towards women. I saw it right away in L.A. Walking down the street, people would just say things to you that I had never heard."