Monica Lewinsky complains to Beyoncé, demands change in Partition song

Monica Lewinsky Partition song: Pop singer Beyoncé has agreed to remove the controversial part from her song ‘Heated’. This song is from his new album Renaissance which became quite popular. But it was opposed after the controversial words were mentioned in it. After this, Beyoncé has removed that part from the Renaissance song Heated. Regarding […]
 


Monica Lewinsky Partition song: Pop singer Beyoncé has agreed to remove the controversial part from her song ‘Heated’. This song is from his new album Renaissance which became quite popular. But it was opposed after the controversial words were mentioned in it. After this, Beyoncé has removed that part from the Renaissance song Heated. Regarding this decision, former White House intern Monica Lewinsky also made an appeal to Beyoncé, asking her to change her song Partition, which came in 2013, in which she complained about the lyrics ‘Monica Lewinsky All on My Gown’.

Demand to remove the song from Beyoncé
On Monday, Lewinsky tweeted a piece of news about Beyoncé’s song change, saying, ‘Hmm, while we’re at it now, partition.’ The song had some lyrics about Monica in which her character was told. Now she is appealing to Beyoncé to make changes in this song which is about 10 years old.
Monica’s name was associated with Clinton
Former White House intern Monica Lewinsky’s name surfaced in the 1990s in the sex scandal of US President Bill Clinton. The relationship between Bill Clinton and then 22-year-old Lewinsky led to the impeachment of the then president in 1998 and there was a lot of discussion about abuse of power. In 2021, Lewinsky said on a CNN show that what is really important to remember in today’s world is that we should never reach a place where consent is questioned.
This week Beyoncé agreed to remove a part of her track Heated. Its lyrics were considered derogatory to a section of the society and it was also criticized a lot. With the announcement of removing the controversial lyrics of the song, Beyoncé wrote that I never want to promote abusive language, I am proud that after hearing the voice of the people, I have taken the decision accordingly. Beyoncé has faced many controversies since the release of the song.