British pop star JESSIE J has banned bad language from her second album so young fans can listen to her new music.
The singer's 2011 record Who You Are featured risque themes and profanities, including the words "motherf**ker", "d**k" and "b**ch" on her debut single Do It Like a Dude.
But the 25-year-old singer is determined to ditch her bad girl image so she can set a good example for her younger devotees.
In a Google chat with fans, she explains, "On my second album I've cut out the swearing. I had one swear word and I took it off. I want everyone to be able to hear it, families to not have to skip that song in the car."
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