Peppa Pig’s Official Twitter Account Is Out Here Trolling Kanye West Over ‘Donda’

Today in celebrity feuds no one anticipated, Peppa Pig is out here starting drama with Kanye West. To be clear, Peppa Pig is an animated British children’s show for preschoolers, about a “lovable but slightly bossy little pig” who is “four years old and lives with Mummy Pig, Daddy Pig and her little brother George” and “loves jumping up and down in muddy puddles, laughing and making loud snorting noises.” Sounds like she is pretty busy, but apparently Peppa found time to troll Kanye on Twitter!

The official Peppa Pig account hopped online to tweet (and then delete, which, iconic) the fact that their album Peppa’s Adventures: The Album earned a 6.5 rating from Pitchfork, while Kanye’s Donda got a 6. As they put it: “Peppa didn’t need to host listening parties in Mercedes-Benz Stadium to get that .5”

Genius has a breakdown of some of the lyrics on Peppa’s Adventures: The Album, in case you’re wondering what put them over the edge with that .5. They include:

Pick up the rubbish, what have you got?
Put the recycling in the right box
Recycle, recycle we’re going to recycle
Tin cans (clank clank)
Bottles (clink clink)
Newspapers (thump thump)
Recycle, recycle we’re going to recycle
Recycle, recycle we’re going to recycle

Anyway, despite deleting the tweet, Peppa’s account is still out here trolling Kanye in response to a fan who tweeted a screen-shot of their Pitchfork scores.

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I simply wasn’t prepared for this today. Kanye has yet to respond to the Peppa Pig official twitter account coming for him like this, but stay tuned I guess.

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