(LONDON) -- Rihanna's new single "S&M" is racy -- but the BBC considers it so racy that not only has it censored the lyrics, it's actually changed the title.
According to London's Metro publication, BBC Radio 1's Official Chart Show has retitled the song "Come On," and edited out the words "sex," "whips" and "chains."
Rihanna is not happy about this development. Upon learning of the censorship, she wrote on her Twitter account, "Are you bleepin' kidding me???" And when a fan asked her if she was okay with it, she responded, "Absolutely NOT!"
A Radio 1 spokesperson told Gigwise.com that they plan to play the edited version of "S&M" during the daytime hours, when children are more likely to be listening, but will play the original version in "specialist shows with an appropriate introduction."
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