Monica Lewinsky Wants To Know If It's Safe To Listen To 'Lemonade'
Monica Lewinsky--who was thrusted into the public eye 18 years ago due to her affair with President Bill Clinton--took to social media this past weekend to ask fans if it's safe for her to listen to Beyonce's new Lemonade album.
Now, a bit of background for those lost. If you remember, when Beyonce released her visual album in December 2013, her single "Partition" referenced Lewinsky when speaking about a naughty romp in the back of car with Jay Z.
Now my mascara running, red lipstick smudged/Oh he so horny, he want to f--k/He popped all my buttons, he ripped my blouse/He Monica Lewinsky all on my gown
The lyrics, while clever on Beyonce's part, single handily reminded everyone of what took place nearly two-decades prior and the infamous blue dress (Google boys and girls. This is a family show)
Fast-forward to Beyonce's surprise release of Lemonade and Ms. Lewinksy wants to know if she'll be name dropped again. Don't worry, Ms. Lewinsky you're good.