After indirectly asking Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter to alter a song’s lyric, Monica Lewinsky is coming under fire from the Beyhive. Evidently feeling more confident now, Monica suggested that Beyonce have a line from her 2013 hit song “Partition” removed. The lyric in question … “He popped all my buttons, and he ripped my blouse/He Monica Lewinsky’d all on my gown.”
In case you’re unaware, but you should be, the lyric alludes to Monica’s infamous Gap dress, which served as the link between Bill Clinton and her thanks to her sperm and DNA. Years ago, Monica informed Bey in a piece for Vanity Fair that she was mistaken and that the lyric should have read as follows instead, “He Bill Clinton’d all on my gown.”
Monica Lewinsky Wants Beyoncé To Change Another Lyric After Recent Mob Fury
The Beyhive is furious with Monica, as evidenced by one member’s tweet: “Your bio mentions a rap song muse. The references are enjoyable. Your recent relevance is the only one.” It’s a 10-year-old song, and the response is NO, another user tweeted.
Why is anyone going after lyrics in a song anyways? There’s nothing less important and the best part about it is you can just turn off the song if you don’t like it. How much longer are we going to continue trying to censor people? Do we read no history anymore?
Beyonce should have never changed the first lyric, and hopefully, she won’t cave into this nonsense.
What do you think? Are you a fan of Beyonce and do you think there was any reason for her to change spaz and would she ever consider going back to change this? Let us know in the comments below.
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