The Queen greatest hits compilation dropped 'Fat Bottomed Girls' for younger audiences.

Queen's 1978 classic "Fat Bottomed Girls" was omitted off the band's new greatest hits collection for younger listeners on Yoto

Some call the choice to remove the song on the track list "woke" or "stupid.

The platform tries to promote Queen to youngsters.

"'It is the buzz of the music business, nobody can figure out why such a good-natured

Why not respect individuals of various sizes as society says we should, rather than eliminate it?" 

On Monday, Fox News contributor Joe Concha called the absence "utterly ludicrous

hosts Todd Piro and Carley Shimkus the band "took risks" and dared with their "politically incorrect" songs.

"Saying, 'All right, that song never existed' is absurd. He said that the boomerang effect would result in more individuals downloading the music than 40 years before.

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