Monica Lewinsky asks to remove the lyrics of Beyoncé’s song about her

Beyoncé has already changed one lyric on her new song “Heated” due to the backlash, and now Monica Lewinsky has asked her to change another one…

This time on a rather famous hit of 2014.

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It seems Lewinsky is using the recent backlash to his advantage.

This happens in the background of the release Renaissance: Act I.

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Were all Beyoncé is known to be a global superstar.

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She just don’t miss and she created huge fan base because of it.

The singer became famous in the 90s as the lead singer of Destiny’s Child.

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And her success boomed from there.

And in 2003 she released her debut studio album. Dangerously fell in love.

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It was an immediate hit.

Not long after she entered the music industry, Beyoncé met Jay-Z and the couple became quite close.

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They met in 2000 when Beyoncé was only eighteen years old and kept their relationship hidden for years, although they started appearing in each other’s music videos.

They got married in 2008. Four years later, their first daughter, Blue Ivy, was born.

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Then in 2017, Beyoncé had twins, Rumi and Sir.

But the singer’s relationship with Jay-Z hasn’t always been that easy.

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The rapper spoke about his relationship with Beyoncé. 11 minute video on his streaming service Tidal with Mahershala Ali and other artists back in 2017.

They discuss how bad examples of men’s mistreatment of women in childhood affected their relationships with women in the future.

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“We built this big, beautiful relationship mansion that wasn’t completely built on 100 percent truth, and it started to crack,” Jay-Z said in an exclusive video for Tidal.

“Things start happening that the public can see. Then we had to come to the conclusion: “Okay, break it down and start from the beginning.”

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The rapper continues to talk about his life growing up at Marcy Projects in New York City, facing violence on a daily basis, but found working on his relationships was more of a challenge. “There’s nothing harder than that,” Jay-Z said. Far away, I tell you. It’s the hardest thing I’ve ever done.”

And I think we all remember the leaked video of Beyoncé’s sister Solange physically attacking Jay-Z in an elevator…

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It seems that Bey and Jay did not have a perfect marriage. While the three released a statement after the incident noting that they were just a regular family that quarreled, tabloids speculated that Solange’s outburst towards her brother-in-law was fueled by cheating rumors.

And Beyoncé’s album, released shortly after the incident, only sparked more speculation.

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Her innovative look Lemonade also referred to cases of infidelity. On the track “Sorry”, Bey sings “He only wants me when I’m out / He’d better call Becky with the good hair”, seemingly referring to one of Jay-Z’s dates.

Jay-Z later addressed both incidents on his album. 4:44.

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On the opening track “Kill Jay-Z”, the lyric “You egged Solange on / Knowing all along, all you had to say was you were wrong” confirms Solange’s outburst in the elevator. On “Family Fued”, Jay-Z raps, “Yeah, I’ll ruin a good thing if you let me / Leave me alone, Becky.” He also seems to blame the stress of his infidelity on Beyoncé’s miscarriage with the line “Bey loses children because their future is uncertain.”

Both an album and a short film Footnotes for 4:44 to show a repentant Jay-Z, who also loves his wife very much.

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When asked if Beyoncé was aware of the outspoken nature 4:44Jay-Z said his wife had heard the album before. The rapper explains that in order for their relationship to survive, it must be completely honest and transparent. “We’ve just gotten to the point that for this to work, it can’t be fake,” Jay-Z said in the video. “Not one ounce.”

Luckily, the couple seems to be in a much better place now.

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And the singer just released her new album Renaissance: Act I.

Fans were looking forward to what the star had in store.

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And just a few hours before the release, she gave a little bit of what it was about.

Beyoncé shared a sweet post on her website talking about the project as well as thanking her family and friends for their support.

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Along with the letter, she uploaded a photo of herself lying next to sleeping children, 10-year-old Blue Ivy and 5-year-old twins Sir and Rumi Carter.

“This three-act project was resurrected during the pandemic,” she wrote.

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“A time to be calm, but also a time to be most creative. The creation of this album gave me the opportunity to dream and find salvation in a terrible time for the world. It allowed me to feel free and adventurous at a time when little else was moving.”

She continued, “My goal was to create a safe place, a place without judgment, a place free from perfectionism and overthinking, a place where you can scream, be free, feel free. It was a wonderful exploration journey.”

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She went on to thank Jay-Z and her kids for inspiring her throughout the process.

“I want to give a special thanks to Rumi, Sir and Blue for giving me the space, creativity and inspiration, as well as a special thanks to my beautiful husband and the muse who kept me on those late nights in the studio.” she wrote.

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You can see her touching post here.

Unfortunately, Beyoncé faced backlash after the release of her album due to the lyrics used in one of her new songs.

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And as a result, the singer decided to cut her hair at all.

The song that angered the fans is called “Heated”.

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It had the line: “Sf*zzzin on that ass**, f*cking on that ass**.”

Understandably, fans were quick to call Beyoncé names, and some branded her an ableist for using insults.

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Twitter users Hanna Divini wrote: “So @Beyonce used the word ‘sp*z’ in her new song Heated. This is like a slap in the face for me, the disability community, and the progress we’ve been trying to make with Lizzo. I guess I’ll just keep telling the whole industry to ‘do better’ until the abyssal slurs are gone from the music.”

Divini also accused singer Lizzo on Twitter for using the same insult in “Grrrls”, successfully getting the singer to change a word on her track.

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And now Beyoncé has thankfully done the same.

But it’s still not over for Beyoncé, as Monica Lewinsky asked the singer to remove her name from one of her previous hits.

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Beyoncé’s 2014 hit “Partition” is in question.

And it’s all tied to rumors that former President Bill Clinton had an affair with Lewinsky while he was in office.

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It made headlines at the time, however, Clinton always denied that his relationship with the then intern was anything but professional.

I think we all remember his infamous words: “I did not have sexual relations with this woman.”

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The song alludes to these rumors with the lyrics: “He undid all my buttons and tore my blouse / He, Monica Lewinsky, is all on my dress.”

And it looks like Lewinsky is using the recent backlash to get his name out of the way.

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Posting a link to Variety article about the recent lyric change, Lewinsky tweeted: “Hmm, while we’re at it… #Partition.”

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