Britney Spears new song is “Work, B*tch” — and the “Baby, One More Time” singer thinks that lawmakers should listen to her musical advice.
In the new track, Britney Spears sings:
“Go call the police, go call the governor, I bring the treble, don’t mean to trouble ya.”
The song is a sexy romp with a video that references high-style, big ticket items, a newly back in the saddle Brit, and even BDSM.
There are some rumbles that Spears is having issues with her upcoming Vegas residency — and one paper reports that Britney is in a small space, the one formerly housing “Peepshow.”
An insider tells the New York Daily News that Brit Brit feels less catered to than other stars:
“When Celine Dion came to Vegas, they built her the Colosseum at Caesars Palace, and that was a production just for her… When Britney was announced, they barely touched the stage. She’ll be on the same stage as Holly was with a pole. Producers think Britney can make do with two balloons and a feather boa.”
But as “Work, B*tch” hits the airwaves, Britney Spears — who, a decade ago, admonished fans for questioning the war in Iraq and meekly said that people should support the President in whatever he does — swore at Congress during the government shutdown.
Miss Brit tweeted yesterday with a hashtag she seems to have created for her new song — which enables it to be work and kid safe while still pimping her recently dropped joint.
In the tweet, Spears says:
Go call the po-lice, Go Call The Gu-vunah! Someone tell Congress to get to #WorkBxxCH
— Britney Spears (@britneyspears) October 2, 2013
Britney Spears’ swipe at the Congress responsible for the current government shutdown got more than 13,000 retweets, and nearly 7,000 favorites.