August 26, 2016  

Britney Spears Furious Over BS Story About Her New Song Leak

October 26, 2010 (8:14 am) GMT
The whole stories about 'Pleasure You' leak and Jive Records outrage are branded BS by Britney Spears and her people.

sets the record straight on the report that her new song has leaked. The rumor was first run by Radar Online and quickly picked up by other online media, but she has urged fans not to buy the story since it's BS. She posted a Twitter message via her manager Adam Leber, "Who has it all wrong this week? Radar Online does!"

The publication claimed there was a new Britney song called "Pleasure You" which surfaced with unauthorized release. Jive Records allegedly was upset with the leak for it was one of the new materials from her upcoming studio album which would be released as a single.

"We are totally unaware of the song being leaked," said a source who was claimed to be a spokesperson of Britney's label. "We don't know how her song or any other artists song could have been released. We're looking into the issue."

The publication claimed they got an exclusive listen to the song and said it talked about Britney being submissive, a servant and doing whatever it takes to please her man. "If you want to get rough in that lay on your back, I got the max suddenly I'll pull you through whatever just to pleasure you," so part of the lyrics reportedly read.

More Britney Spears News

TODAY'S HEADLINES

  1. Angelina Jolie Worries Brad Pitt Will Leave Her for Marion Cotillard
  2. Kanye West Kicks Off 'Saint Pablo Tour' and It Has Flying Stage. How Fans React?
  3. 'Frustrated' Shawn Mendes Slams Billboard for Misquoting Comments About His Fans
  4. Sibling Rivalry What? Khloe Kardashian Calls Kim Her 'Body Motivation'
  5. Robin Thicke, Pharrell and T.I. Officially Appeal 'Blurred Lines' Copyright Verdict
  6. Kendall Jenner Flashes Bra During Casual Stroll While Kylie Flaunts Major Cleavage
  7. Demi Moore Joins Cast of R-Rated Comedy 'Rock That Body'
  8. Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth Are in No Rush to Walk Down the Aisle