After criticism, the US singer Beyoncé (40) wants to change the lyrics of one of the songs on her newly released album "Renaissance".
In the original version of the song "Heated", the musician uses the word "spaz" in different variations, which in German can mean "turn off" or "romp", but is also used as a derogatory term for people with disabilities.
"The word that was not intentionally used in an offensive manner will be replaced," a spokeswoman for Beyoncé quoted numerous US media as saying. "Renaissance" is the artist's seventh studio album and was released just a few days ago.
In June, after similar criticism, the singer Lizzo replaced the same word in her song "Grrrls".