Monica Lewinsky There is a request.
Later Beyoncé Taking a word out of his latest album over able concerns, the 49-year-old suggested the singer go a step further and drop his name from his hit “Split.”
“Uhmm, while we’re at it… #split,” she tweeted on Aug 1Calling From the Song of 2013 Beyoncé album in which the singer recalled that a man “Monica Lewinsky is all on my gown.”
The ritzy lyrics are in reference to the high-profile affair President Bill Clinton and the then 21-year-old Lewinsky, who led the president’s famous denial and impeachment in 1998.
This is not the first time that Lewinsky has “Rap Song MuseumHis Twitter bio reads – has addressed the unwanted named drop. In an essay he wrote Vanity Fair In 2014, she actually thanked Beyoncé for including her in the song, but offered a correction.
,Miley Cyrus refers me to his twerking stage act, eminem raps about me, and Beyoncé’s latest hit makes me scream. Thanks, Beyoncé, but if we’re being verbose, I guess you meant ‘Bill Clinton did everything on my gown,’ not ‘Monica Lewinsky.’”
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After a Twitter user questioned why Lewinsky changed her tune about being cool with the song, she clarified that she never was, and said she first approached the situation with humor “because” those things. Learning to laugh at people who hurt or humiliate me is how I survived.”
Before Lewinsky’s request, Beyoncé found herself in hot water over her use of the word “spasz” on her track “Heated” from her first solo studio album, Renaissance, since 2016. A disability advocate immediately called out the Grammy winner for “use.” of competent language” in an opinion piece Guardian,
On August 1, Beyoncé’s team confirmed to E! It is reported that the lyrics of the song will be changed saying, “Words that have not been used in a deliberately harmful way will be changed.”
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