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Lily Allen is firing back at Internet trolls and critical bloggers in her kaleidoscopic music video for "URL Badman," a response to the backlash over her feminist jam "Hard Out Here."













Through her lyrics, the 29-year-old British singer assumes the role of a blogger with such lines as "I work at home in my parent's basement; I don't troll, I make statements" and "I don't like you, I think you're worthless; I wrote a long piece about it up on my WordPress."













Allen pairs the verbal jabs — particularly referencing publications Vice, Complex and Pitchfork — with a music video filled with her view of how bloggers and online writers dress. Allen's "Hard Out Here" was lauded by critics for its forward-thinking feminist views, but when the video arrived, some people criticized it for featuring only black backup dancers performing provocative moves that her lyrics essentially denounced.













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