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Spears Forced To Rerecord Song

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BRITNEY SPEARS has reportedly been forced to rerecord her upcoming single IF YOU SEEK AMY after radio stations across the U.S. threatened to ban the song due to its controversial lyrics.

The Toxic hitmaker’s track features the chorus “All of the boys and all of the girls are beggin’ to, if you seek Amy” – with the last four words sounding like “F*** me” when sung quickly.

Many DJs reportedly planned to ban the track deeming it too offensive to broadcast.

But Spears has now stepped back into the studio to rerecord the song, dropping the “k” from the end of “seek” and renaming the song “If You See Amy”, reports U.K. newspaper The Sun.

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  1. For me, “If You Seek Amy” doesn’t sound like “f*** me” at all. I don’t find it that obvious. But in the same time it’s not a big deal if they drop the “k”. I’m ok with it 🙂

  2. Yeah I didn’t realize it until someone else pointed it out. I’m not sure if I ever would have heard it otherwise. But now that I know, I can definitely hear it. haha 🙂

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