Beyonce To Remove The Word ‘Spaz’ From New Song Due To Backlash

Beyonce has released a statement telling fans that she will remove the word “spaz” from her song “Heated” off of her new album Renaissance after being called out for using albleist language.” According to Insider, a representative for Beyonce said in a statement, “The word, not used intentionally in a harmful way, will be replaced.”

In other news, singer-songwriter and producer The Dream took to social media to check songwriter Diane Warren about comments she made about the writing credits Beyonce’s new album Renaissance. Diane recently tweeted, “How can there be 24 writers on a song?” She later wrote, “This isn’t meant as shade, I’m just curious.”

The Dream — who worked on Bey’s new album, responded to Warren, saying, “You mean how’s does our (Black) culture have so many writers. Well it started because we couldn’t afford certain things starting out,so we started sampling and it became an Artform, a major part of the Black Culture (hip hop) in America.Had that era not happen who knows. U good?”

Warren responded, “I didn’t mean that as an attack or as disrespect. I didn’t know this, thank U for making me aware of it. No need to be mean about it.”

Dream responded, “Btw I know it’s not a one on one writing contest you looking for from no one over here…… you don’t want that smoke And you know I love you, but come on. Stop acting like your records haven’t been sampled eyeballs emojicrying laughing emojirocket emoji.”

Warren later apologized.

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