Radio Facts: Britney Spears’s forthcoming single “If U Seek Amy” is facing a U.S. radio stations ban over its controversial lyrics. The track, which is the third single from her current album Circus has Spears singing the phrase “If you seek Amy,” which actually sounds like she is saying “F.U.C.K me.””It’s OK to put in on an album, have fun with it, but we’re publicly owned, you know?” Patti Marshall of Cincinnati’s Q102 told MTV. “We have a responsibility to the public, you put this… out and act like we’re all fuddy-duddies, like we’re trying to make moral judgments. It’s not about us. It’s about the mom in the minivan with her eight-year-old,” Marshall added.
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