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BBC renames kinky Rihanna song

Reggie Yates, announcer on the BBC’s Official Chart Show, decided to rename pop star Rihanna’s newest single when he played it on the show. He referred to the song “S&M” as “Come On” to avoid the sexual connotations of the title. The song lyrics were also censored, leaving out words such as

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“sex”, “whips”, and “chains”. The music video for Rihanna’s song, which debuted at #20 on the UK charts, has also been deemed inappropriate for viewers under 18 by video sharing website Youtube. When the singer was asked by a fan on Twitter whether she was okay with the censorship, she posted: “Absolutely NOT!”

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