Monica Lewinsky wants Beyoncé to remove a reference to her from one of her old songs.

The former White House intern - who famously had an affair with then-President Bill Clinton, 

with the scandal leading to his impeachment in 1998 – suggested the “Crazy in Love” hitmaker should change 

the lyrics to her 2013 hit “Partition” after the 40-year-old star pledged to remove an ableist slur from her new song “Heated”.

Tweeting an article from “Varity” about the change to “Heated”, Lewinsky wrote: “uhmm, while we’re at it … #Partition (sic)”

Her representative said: “The word, not used intentionally in a harmful way, will be replaced.”

They have praised her for agreeing to change the lyric.

The organisation said: “Beyoncé has a history of championing inclusivity, 

and we’re happy that she’s listened to feedback and agreed to re-record the lyric that many disabled people find offensive.

“We want to thank Beyoncé for listening and look forward to getting on with enjoying the record.”

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