Beyonce to Take away Ableist Phrase From ‘Renaissance’ Tune

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Beyoncé‘s newest album, Renaissance, is out now. Up to now, the album has been met with common acclaim. Nevertheless, that didn’t cease folks from noticing that the pop icon used “spazz,” which is taken into account an ableist slur to these with cerebral palsy, on “Heated.”

A rep for Beyoncé stated that “the phrase, not used deliberately in a dangerous means, shall be changed.”

The unique lyrics had been “Yadda yadda yah, yadda yaddah yah,yah/ Yadda yadda yadda, bom bom, kah kah/ Spazzin’ on that ass/ Spaz on that ass/ Fan me fast woman, I would like my glass.”

There’s no phrase on when the up to date model will hit streaming providers.

Earlier this 12 months, Lizzo was dragged for utilizing the identical phrase on “Grrrls.” She modified the lyric and apologized for its use.

Let me make one factor clear: I by no means wish to promote derogatory language,” Lizzo stated in an announcement on the time. “As a fats Black girl in America, I’ve had many hurtful phrases used in opposition to me so I overstand the ability phrases can have (whether or not deliberately or in my case, unintentionally).”


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