As word makes its way around the world that Britney's third single, "If U Seek Amy," is an open-ended, clever sexual anthem basically saying "fuck me" (Yes please! Weird, I need to not write my sexual desires on the main page; will post strictly as my Facebook status only from now on.), parents begin to worry about their baby boys and girls growing up too fast.
According to Digitialspy.co.uk, parents are outraged at the explicit sexual reference. "I was astonished and totally taken aback when I heard my five and seven-year-old-kids walking around the house singing 'fuck'," says one mother to the press. "When I asked them what it was, they told me it was Britney Spears. I was horrified."
"I got them the Circus album because little kids are Britney fans, but there was no warning on the album and none of the songs listed had fuck in the title."
Warning? What for? It's HER dirty mind that thinks Britney is saying something naughty. Alriiiiiiight, it is kind of inappropriate for a 7 year old to be saying such things. By 8 years old she should be mature enough...
"Listening to it, it is extremely blatant and offensive," continued the mom. "I feel I have been deceived into believing that this was acceptable content for children but instead it is objectionable."quote:
Love me, hate me
Say what you want about me
But all of the boys and all of the girls are begging to If U Seek Amy
Eonline.com agrees that the track title might be too racy, with the idea that the song might get censored due to its double meaning. Thoughts???