Beyoncé to Remove ‘Ableist’ Offensive Lyric From Album
Beyoncé will take out a derogatory line from her new song “Heated.” The song from her recently released album, “Renaissance,” has drawn a lot of criticism. The majority of the criticisms came from campaigners, people with disabilities, and other worried social media users. Beyoncé had to change the inappropriate verse in the song because of fan criticism. Her sixth studio album, Renaissance, was just recently made available. However, the song “hot” was criticized for its improper use of the word “Spaz.”
The 40-year-old superstar used the term generously in a lyric of the song in a way that undoubtedly infuriated some of her fans. The following lyrics
“Spazzin’ on that ass, spazz on that ass,”
People with disabilities and their advocates were upset because of the word’s connotation as it appears in the dictionary. Beyoncé changed the offending word to a more appropriate one as a result of the circumstances. Fans often refer to Queen Bey as using a derogatory term, but she didn’t mean to. According to a source from her staff, Beyoncé will undoubtedly remove the objectionable term from her song.
The mother of three received recognition for her musical and computer-generated narrative skills in a Guardian piece. It was added, nevertheless, that her superb musical ability does not justify her use of ableist terms. Two months ago, Lizzo, an American rapper and singer, came under fire for using the same phrase in one of her songs, “Grrls.” Beyoncé’s Renaissance album, which was released on July 29, drew criticism for a number of reasons beyond the demand from her fans to have the objectionable line removed. After one of her songs, “Get Along With You,” was sampled in the song “Energy,” she was also charged with theft.