Usually, I don't let sh*t I see on the Internet affect me, but the PG-version of "Trap Queen" nearly pushed me to my breaking point.
A child named George Dalton (whose kid is this?) went viral after remixing Fetty Wap's summer jam into some sh*t about actual apple pies that will fo sho ruin the rest of your day.
Truth be told, I couldn't watch the whole thing (I turned off my computer and went to the crib after just 20 seconds), but the general response is it's the worst thing on the Internet.
The Internet is ruthless, but it always speaks the truth.
kidz bop ruined trap queen for me, plus that boy looks deadass like a damn potato — lou (@happysocksnouis) September 16, 2015
If you listen to the whole thing once, you have no choice but to just end your day immediately.
just heard the Kidz Bop version of Trap Queen on now my entire day is shot — Sol David (@DJSollyD) September 15, 2015
I mean, really, this kid was talking about making apple pies.
Kidz Bop done turned Trap Queen into a song about apple pies. — Maca Flocka Flame (@steenfox) September 15, 2015
But do the producers even know what the sh*t is really about?
apparently, there's also talk of a kidz bop Trap Queen. white people play too much. i wonder if they even know what half this shit means. — Tara (@taramcdramatic) September 15, 2015
Some people are seriously taking the remix to heart...
kidz bop did a cover of trap queen I'm done with living on this earth — Reagan McCurley (@reaganmccurley_) September 15, 2015
...while, of course, there are others who actually f*ck with it.
Well good thing I have the Kidz Bop version of trap queen stuck in my head — Caroline (@cari7963) September 16, 2015
If u call urself a trap queen fuck outta here — Ace (@halpinnjj) September 10, 2015
"Trap Queen" has been around for months now, and 30 years from now it will be an oldie we bump just to piss off our kids.
Most importantly, it put Fetty Wap on the map and made selling dope and dating a dope boy mainstream!
I blame this kid's parents for everything because it starts at home. They're the ones who taught him how to be this corny.