Monica Lewinsky has a message for Beyonce.
In her new essay for Vanity Fair, Lewinsky takes aim at the pop superstar for using her name as a verb in some explicit lyrics on her track "Partition."
So far, only excerpts from her article have been unveiled by the magazine ahead of its full release on May 8th, but it seems the former White House intern is trying to set the record straight when it comes to her name popping up in the press and pop culture.
In her jab against Beyonce, Lewinsky says "thanks" for including her name in the first few lines of "Partition," but suggests she should have switched it to President Bill Clinton's name to make it more accurate.
The song is one of the more provocative tracks off Beyonce's latest hit album, and is said to be about her sexual relationship with husband Jay Z.
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