You're about to awaken the BeyHive with this one, girlfriend…
Yesterday we told you about Monica Lewinsky's beautifully written piece in Vanity Fair, breaking her silence about the infamous presidential tryst she had with Bill Clinton.
And while Monica cleared up many rumors and made some shocking revelations, she did do something we don't see as very wise…
She brought Queen Beyoncé into the middle of her confessional mix, and sweet mother of flawlessness, do we smell trouble!
The former White House worker addressed the raunchy reference in Bey's song Partition, involving her affair scandal with Clinton—and even went as far as correcting her grammar. She said:
"Thanks, Beyoncé, but if we’re verbing, I think you meant 'Bill Clinton'd all on my gown,' not 'Monica Lewinsky'd.'"
Yoncé just got served a steaming hot plate of English language realness!
Miz Lewinsky can't be too peeved about the reference, though, because the jam has brought her name back into the news!
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