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Beyonce's record "Drunk In Love" has been banned from a West London radio station because of the song's suggestive lyrics. BANG FM has prohibited any play of the track because it contains "promotion of domestic violence against women." According to Voice Online, a spokesperson for the station said, "BANG stands firm with their values, principles and passion for social justice. Respectful of what audiences want to hear on BANG Radio, management believes this is the right action to take in regards to the controversial lyrics of the song and will continue to serve in social equality for people, through music and content on the station."

Jennifer Ogole -- the CEO of BANG Media and Entertainment, added, "We believe that all people, regardless of age, gender, sexuality or race should have the right to an enjoyable listen to our station, without the promotion of such morals."

  • During Jay Z's verse on the track, he references Tina Turner and Ike Turner, saying, "I'm Ike Turner, turn up/Baby know I don't play, now eat the cake, Anna Mae/Said, 'Eat the cake, Anna Mae!'"