The Weeknd & Lily-Rose Depp Clap Back At Claims Of Alleged Toxicity On Set Of ‘The Idol’

The Weeknd and Lily-Rose Depp are defending their series, “The Idol.” They spoke out after Rolling Stone published and article about their show with claims of alleged toxicity. The Weeknd, whose real name is Abel Tesfaye, took to Twitter to tag the publication and write, “Did we upset you” while sharing a clip form the show. Lily-Rose spoke out to People, praising director Sam Levinson. HBO also issued a statement that reads in part, “We look forward to sharing ‘The Idol’ with audiences soon.”