songs by the band big time rush It’s been deprecated before it was officially released.
Critics commented on the title of the song, “paralyzed”, and the lyrics are competent. Lyrically summarized, the song is about a boy being too stunned to speak after seeing a girl.
of topical conversation Also got attention on Twitter Riso When beyonceRecent lyric changes due to accusations of able-bodied people. Many users wonder if the general public treats Big Time Rush situations differently.
Some online observers called the band’s song ignorant, but it was already trending as fans around the world were excited about its possible release.
“Thanks Mexico!!! Let’s keep going,” the band wrote as “PARALYZED” ran up the Twitter trend.
Twitter user @chr0nically cute He accused the band online of not paying attention to current events.
“Your song is Ableist. Note that others in the industry (Beyoncé, Lizzo) acknowledged and corrected Ableist language in their music. If that’s not possible ( The whole bc song is Ableist lol), maybe write a better song.”
another person, @George Rudkin_also opposed Big Time Rush’s original tweet, which was intended to get fans to promote the band’s new release.
“In fact, people with disabilities are tired of being used [sic] We are talking about using competent words. Please stop. “
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The song was previously leaked on SoundCloud, so fans already know the song’s lyrics and overall concept.
The band originally shared a tweet with over 3 million followers yesterday morning, but the members have yet to react to the new criticism.
Now, some Twitter users are questioning why the controversial song hasn’t received as much attention as Lizzo’s and Beyoncé’s recent lyric scandals.
1 user, @chronicallybeeedenounced the lack of public criticism.
“The difference between how people treated Beyoncé and Lizzo and how people treat hectic now..people are mad at black women – they didn’t care about disabled people.. .The difference is very clear..”
like many Ora Ojeumithe “white disabled influencers” who called Beyoncé and Lizzo with such vehemence, claimed they were now silent when it came to boy bands.
Ojeumi, along with others, has previously highlighted the problem Racism in the disabled community.
Big Time Rush have yet to officially release the song, even though it was leaked a long time ago. It’s currently unknown if the criticism will affect their plans for the music track.
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