Rihanna "Absolutely Not OK" With S&M Censorship
RiRi has ranted on Twitter about the renamed 'Come On' radio edit...
Rihanna is allegedly fuming over the decision to censor her raunchy new single S&M.
The Barbadian beauty, who premiered the sexy video for the track last week, ranted on Twitter after BBC Radio 1 supposedly renamed the single Come On, and removed the words "sex", "chains" and "whips" for Sunday's chart show.
RiRi was made aware of the change to her song by her followers on Twitter, to which she replied: "Are you f***ing kidding me??? 'S&M' called 'Come On' now? That's BS (bullsh**)!"
The 22-year old then told one fan that she was "absolutely NOT" OK with the clean version of the track being used.
Despite Rihanna's outrage at the changes made to S&M, it has now emerged that the clean version used by Radio 1 was actually distributed by RiRi's record label Def Jam.
Radio 1 have since issued a statement claiming: "During daytime hours, as younger audiences are listening, we are playing the radio edit which is called 'Come On'."
They added: “This is due to the strong nature of the content in the original version of the track. However we will continue to play the original track in specialist shows with an appropriate introduction.”