Kylie Jenner Sang "Rise and Shine" to Stormi and Became a Meme

"I can't stop watching this," one person wrote.

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There are few things that unite the chaotic cesspool that is Twitter more than making fun of Kylie Jenner. Whatever the political affiliation, religion, or creed, you can always count on Twitter users to come together to mock the 22-year-old billionaire, whether it's warranted or otherwise. In this episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashian Roasts, a video of Kylie Jenner singing "Rise and Shine" to Stormi Webster in a way that can only be characterized as...off-pitch is making the rounds on Twitter.

What is it about witnessing a young mother sing to her one-year-old daughter that so ruffles the feathers of the Twitter's users? Is it the collective resentment against the star's "self-made-billionaire (opens in new tab)" status, or her problematic tendencies? Or is it really just the sound of Jenner's singing voice?

Whatever the case, you can watch the incredible moment here. Afterwards, continue scrolling to see how the rest of the Internet reacted.

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Kylie's older sister Kim Kardashian also joined in on the fun.

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If you're one of the few who think Jenner just can't catch a break, don't sweat it. The makeup mogul retweeted a remix of her soundbite to her own Twitter account. In other words: She's laughing with the rest of us.

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Chelsey Sanchez is the Associate Social Media and News Editor for Harper’s BAZAAR, where she covers politics, social movements, and pop culture. She lives in New York City.