"She has a right to sing her song wherever she likes and make her own life choices, but CBS also has a right to not appear insensitive by using her song, with her associations, in a broadcast they probably knew was going to address domestic violence among NFL players. It's her place to make music and the broadcaster's place to decide how and when to use it."
"She has a point. They cut her song because she was a victim of abuse and the abuse apologists at CBS didn't mind talking about the Rice issue for 20 minutes but they didn't want to remind viewers afterwards that the victims of violence are real people you can see, hear and talk to."
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