Kylie Jenner Hopped on TikTok to Recreate Kourtney's Iconic 'KUWTK' Fight

“ABCDEFG I have to go.”

  • Kylie Jenner recreated Kourtney Kardashian's iconic ABCDEFG moment on TikTok with Kris Jenner.
  • The scene originally went down between Scott Disick and Kourtney on Keeping Up With the Kardashians.

Going onto TikTok has been a real journey lately thanks to every celebrity ever deciding they're professional dancers (and/or magicians), but Kylie Jenner is here to save us. Kylie took a break from promoting her makeup to bless the world with a recreation of one of the most iconic Keeping Up With the Kardashians scenes: Kourtney's fight with Scott Disick, wherein she utters the immortal words "ABCDEFG I have to go."

Watch Kylie's TikTok below, but if you're in need of a transcript I'm happy to oblige:

Scott: "So, are we cool? Like, are we in agreement?” 

Kourtney: “ABCDEFG I have to go.” 

Scott: "What the heck does ABCDEFG mean?” 

Kourtney: “It’s just a phrase I like to use…" 

Scott: "Is that a real phrase?" 

Kourtney: "That means the conversation is over.”

Kay, so this incredible clip has been recreated a bunch on TikTok (including by Cara Delevingne and Ashley Benson), but nothing beats Kylie playing Kourtney and Kris playing Scott:

Um, also, Kris Jenner and Kylie made this with Stormi and I've watched it maybe 10 times in a row. Mostly because I have very little else to do with my life right now.

More of this, please, but 'til then here's Cara and Ashley:

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