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Beyoncé to take away offensive phrase from track on Renaissance album

Beyoncé to take away offensive phrase from track on Renaissance album

The lyrics for Beyoncé’s track “Heated” included a phrase that is thought-about a derogatory reference to the medical time period spastic diplegia, a type of cerebral palsy.

NEW YORK — Beyoncé is eradicating an offensive time period for disabled individuals from a brand new track on her report “Renaissance,” simply weeks after rapper Lizzo additionally modified lyrics to take away the identical phrase.

“The phrase, not used deliberately in a dangerous approach, will likely be changed,” a spokeswoman for Beyoncé wrote in an announcement to The Related Press on Monday.

The track “Heated,” which was co-written with Canadian rapper Drake amongst a number of others, makes use of the phrase “spaz,” which is taken into account a derogatory reference to the medical time period spastic diplegia, a type of cerebral palsy.

Lizzo additionally eliminated the phrase from considered one of her songs, “Grrrls,” in June after incapacity advocates complained in regards to the lyrics. Lizzo said in a statement she by no means needed to advertise derogatory language.

Incapacity advocate Hannah Diviney, who identified Lizzo’s lyrics that result in the change, wrote on Twitter that listening to the phrase once more utilized by Beyoncé “felt like a slap within the face to me, the disabled group & the progress we tried to make with Lizzo.”

Beyoncé dropped her highly-anticipated seventh studio album Friday titled “Renaissance.”

Following the 16-track album launch, the “Break My Soul” singer posted a message to her social media pages, thanking her followers for ready to pay attention after the album was leaked earlier within the week. 

“So the album leaked and also you all truly waited till the correct launch time so that you all can get pleasure from it collectively. I’ve by no means seen something prefer it. I can not thanks all sufficient on your love and safety,” the message learn.  

“Renaissance” is Beyonce’s first solo album since her “Lemonade” album, which was recorded in 2016. The album was recorded over the course of the pandemic, virtually three years within the works. Beyonce mentioned the stillness of that point allowed her to faucet into her most inventive self.

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