Last night, Kylie Jenner made her rapping debut and the reality star is already under fire. Kylie, along with friends Jordyn Woods and Justine Skye, is featured on Burberry Perry’s “Beautiful Day,” which is a not so family-friendly spin on the “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” theme song.
Towards the end of the song, Kylie and her friends try to sing the chorus which includes the n-word. Upon first listen, many assumed that Kylie was the one using the racial slur. Jordyn took to Twitter to deny the allegations, letting everyone know that only she and Justine sang the line. By then, however, social media was flooded with critiques of Kylie’s rap debut.
The girls’ bridge in the song also includes the lyrics “We are so sorry (oh, oh, yeah)” which they repeat three times. We aren’t sure if those lyrics were adlibbed or not, but either way, they should be apologizing for their attempt at rapping.
Listen to the song, see Jordyn’s tweet and some Twitter reactions below.
Do you think Kylie has a promising rap career?
(Photo credit: Kylie Jenner Instagram account)