Netizens have shared their reactions on social media after Monica Lewinsky made a request to Beyoncé.

The former White House intern seemingly suggested that the “Renaissance” artist edit one of her old tracks, "Partition," wherein the singer name-drops her.

On Twitter, the 49-year-old personality posted a link to a recent Variety article about Beyoncé's move to remove a word from one of her latest album's tracks over ableist concerns. She wrote in the caption, “Uhmm, while we’re at it…” and used the hashtag, “Partition."

The 2013 hit song from the artist’s self-titled album mentions Lewinsky’s name, referencing her affair with former U.S. President Bill Clinton. The lyrics read, “He bucked all my buttons, he ripped my blouse/ He Monica Lewinsky’d all on my gown.”

The post, which first emerged on Monday, has since amassed more than 3,400 likes and thousands of comments.

Some of the remarks from Twitter users appear to have slammed and criticized Monica Lewinsky for making the post.

One netizen stated that the former White House intern should “be realistic,” noting that the track came out nine years ago. The same individual also questioned her move to only talk about Beyoncé, while “there were plenty of other artists who were more disrespectful.”

Other critics also deemed the move “pathetic” and “shameful,” considering that the “Halo” singer is nixing a word from one of her latest songs to eliminate an ableist slur.

While the television personality has received negative remarks from some Twitter users, other netizens appeared to have praised and defended her on the post thread.

One individual said she is “handling” the matter “with a lot more grace,” adding that the lyrics in question are, indeed, “offensive.” The same poster later stated that “women need to do better [of] lifting each other up.”

A different Twitter user, meanwhile, was “curious” to know whether Monica Lewinsky had reached out to Beyoncé or her team prior to the post. She responded to the question and shared that she had not.

The former White House intern noted, though, that she mentioned it in the “first Vanity Fair article [she] wrote in 2014.” Even so, she noted that the netizen has an “interesting/fair point.”

This all comes after Beyoncé faced a backlash from the public for having an ableist slur in one of her new titles, “Heated.” Mail Online noted that the song, which she collaborated on with Drake, had the words “Sp**zin” and “s**z” in the lyrics.

Following the criticisms and backlash, an official statement from the songstress’s camp surfaced Monday. 

The publication quoted the piece, saying, “The word, not used intentionally in a harmful manner, will be replaced in the lyrics.”