Monica Lewinsky needs Beyoncé to take away lyric about her from ‘Partition’

Lewinsky, the previous White Home intern who turned embroiled in a intercourse scandal with then President Invoice Clinton within the Nineties, tweeted the information of Beyoncé eradicating an abelist slur from the track “Heated” on her new album “Renaissance” with a suggestion.
“uhmm, while we’re at it… #Partition,”Lewinsky tweeted.

“Partition” is a monitor from the singer’s 2013 self-titled fifth studio album. Within the track, Beyoncé sings {that a} man “Monica Lewinsky’d all on my gown.”

The affair between Clinton and then-22-year-old Lewinsky in the end led to Clinton’s impeachment in 1998 and far dialogue about consent and abuse of energy.

In 2021, Lewinsky advised CNN’s Jake Tapper that “what’s really important to remember in today’s world is that we never should have even gotten to a place where consent was a question.”

“So it was wholly inappropriate as the most powerful man, my boss, 49 years old,” she mentioned. “I was 22, literally just out of college. And I think that the power differentials there are something that I couldn’t ever fathom consequences at 22 that I understand obviously so differently at 48.”

This week, Beyoncé agreed to clean from her monitor “Heated” a reference which is taken into account demeaning to folks with spastic cerebral palsy after there was a public outcry.

CNN has reached out to reps for the singer for remark about Lewinsky’s request.