Monica Lewinsky trolls Beyoncé to change lyrics about her in 2014 song


Monica Lewinsky wants Beyoncé’s lyrics about her to be taken out of a song released 8½ years ago.

Lewinsky’s request comes after Beyoncé announced that she’d be removing an offensive song lyric from her new tune “Heated” following criticism from disability advocates and users on social media.

The track — from her seventh studio album, “Renaissance” — was called out for being “ableist” for the singer’s use of the word “spaz,” with the artist singing: “Spazzin’ on that ass, spaz on that ass.”

The lyric caused major backlash online, with Beyoncé’s team confirming it will be removed.

“The word, not used intentionally in a harmful way, will be replaced,” reads the statement, obtained by Variety.

Now, 49-year-old Lewinsky — who made headlines worldwide in the mid-1990s when she had an affair with then-President Bill Clinton, now 75, while she worked as a White House intern in her early 20s — tweeted to suggest that Beyoncé change a lyric from her 2013 song “Partition.”

“Uhmm, while we’re at it … #Partition,” Lewinsky wrote on Monday, commenting on an article about the “Heated” lyric.

In the mid-1990s, then-President Bill Clinton had an affair with Monica Lewinsky, his White House intern. She was in her early 20s.
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Beyoncé references the incident between Clinton and Lewinsky in “Partition.”
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Beyoncé, 40, references the infamous affair in the song “Partition,” singing: “He popped all my buttons, and he ripped my blouse / He Monica Lewinsky’d all on my gown.”

Lewinsky’s tweet was met with mixed responses. Some called her out for comparing a sex scandal to being disabled.

“Girl it’s been nearly a decade. Flat screen it,” one user replied.

“Gurl, you always have to remind the world every three months you went down on President Clinton …. it couldn’t have been that good,” joked another.

“Keep the same energy for the rest of the other artists that have mentioned your name in their songs,” said another.

Another pointed out she has taken it in stride, screenshotting her Twitter bio, which reads “rap song muse.”

“She’s stuck with it, so she’s trying to make the best out of the situation,” a user commented.

Lewinsky commented on the song when it came out, telling Vanity Fair in 2014 that Beyoncé got the lyrics slightly wrong.

“Thanks, Beyoncé. But if we’re verbing, I think you meant ‘Bill Clinton’d all on my gown,’ not ‘Monica Lewinsky’d,’” she said.