Among the many things Lily Allen is famous for, partying is one. So, it was no surprise that the singer attended the Notting Hill Carnival. To be sure, Lily's presence at music festivals is almost a given. However, the singer caught attention of the media when she posted a bizarre video of a bag containing white powder and captioned it "drugs." 

The mother of two has perhaps disappointed her fans and is embroiled in a new controversy after posting the video of her friend waving "what looks to be a small bag of white powder," according to The Sun. The friend went with her to the party.

The singer posted a series of pictures on her Instagram account detailing her time at the carnival. In one picture, Lily is seen dressed in track pants and a pullover with a cigarette in hand. She captioned the photo, "Carnival Lewk#1."

The "Smile" singer once told GQ Magazine that she isn't ashamed of using drugs. "I've taken drugs. I found them and find them fun and I don't think I'm a bad person because of it," Daily Mail had quoted her as saying.

The Brit Award singer collapsed at the Glastonbury Festival in June 2015 and her husband Sam Cooper is reportedly worried about her.

"There is talk that Sam is miserable right now. He's been back at home for months, while Lily has been jet-setting and partying around the world. He likes the quiet life and that is what they both had when they first married. But now Lily's back to her old ways and her behaviour has been increasingly erratic," reported Belfast Telegraph (Via Grazia).

Thirty-year-old Lily made a comeback with her album "Sheezus" in 2014 after a hiatus of three years.