Lily Allen felt the need to clarify a few things about her song "Everyone's At It" and issued a statement this morning because she's slightly worried we got the wrong impression…

During an interview with The Word magazine Lily Allen was asked about the lyrics of a song on her album called "Everyone's At It". The song's subject matter concerns drug use. In her answer she replied that she "had no statement to make, I just wish people wouldn't sensationalise this thing that just exists". At no point does she say that drugs are a good thing or that she condones drug use; in fact she says that "I can spot the signs (of people on drugs) and it terrifies me". The song itself talks about a culture of both legally prescribed drugs like anti-depressants and also illegal drug use.

Lily Allen would like to state unequivocally that she does not condone illegal drug use and has every sympathy with individuals and families whose lives have been blighted by drugs..