Beyonc gets called out for using ablest slurs in her new album Renaissance

Billionaire and legendary singer Beyonc is being reprimanded online due to the usage of a few words that are offensive to the ablest community, the words were used in the lyrics of her “Heated” track appearing in her new album Renaissance.

“Spazzin’ on that a**”

In the lyrics of the song she sings “Spazzin’ on that a– / spazz on that a–.” Now, the word sp*z is known to be when a person loses physical or emotional control. The word comes from the “spastic” condition, which is a muscular weakness associated with cerebral palsy.

It will get removed from the track

Queen B’s people reached out to Variety and Rolling Stone to speak on the matter, they mentioned that “The word, not used intentionally in a harmful way, will be replaced.”

This word was also used by Lizzo

When the multitalented Lizzo sang on her track “Grrrls” she also mentioned this word and she also became aware of it after the fact, to which she tweeted “Let me make one thing clear: I never want to promote derogatory language, As a Black fat woman in America, I’ve had many hurtful words used against me so I overstand (sic) the power words can have (whether intentionally or in my case, unintentionally). This is the result of me listening and taking action.

“As an influential artist, I’m dedicated to being part of the change I’ve been wanting to see in the world.”

Artists making change

Although the meaning of the song had no intention of hurting anyone’s feelings, the artists who are sensitive to their fandom and understand the impact of their voice and musical contributions to the world can actually make a difference.

Experts speak on the matter

Sarah Victor is an assistant professor from Texas Tech University and works for the department of psychological sciences, she spoke to USA Today and commented on the matter as a professional

One should communicate accurately

“They oversimplify, and in many cases are inaccurate reflections of, the experience of these types of problems. For example, ‘I am so OCD’ is often used to refer to someone being picky about details, neatness or organization. However, there are many different kinds of OCD, not all of which relate to organization or cleanliness.”