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Pop diva Christina Aguilera recently admitted she doesn’t like wearing underwear, but little did we know that she might have a surprise down for us down there. We kid!

In a new interview with Rolling Stone, Xtina described her new album, Lotus, as the sister album of 2002’s Stripped, which we’re more than OK with.

And though our girl likes to shock and surprise, we weren’t prepared for the details released on the album’s bonus track, “Shut Up.” Apparently the tune is directed at her haters and on it, she repeatedly chants, “If you don’t like it you can suck my dick.”

Yowza!

The diva reveals that though the song is directed at her haters, it was written for another purpose.

“That’s for my fans to blast in their cars,” she said. “I know a lot of them get heated and pissed off whenever they hear some bullshit rumor or bullshit story, and it’s a great venting song for anyone that is having a bad day or not liking their boss.”

We can get behind that! And considering Xtina’s 2002 anthem, “Fighter,” is still at the top of our workout playlist, we’re stoked to hear “Army of Me” a tune she describes as “Fighter 2.0.”

Are you looking forward to Christina’s new album? Weigh in below!

Source: Rolling Stone


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