Kylie Jenner is making her debut in the music world, and it’s causing a stir for all the wrong reasons.
According to Perez Hilton, Jenner makes her singing debut on a new rap by Burberry Perry, Lil Yachty, Jordyn Woods, and Justine Skye for a hip-hop version of the Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood theme song titled “Beautiful Day,” in which fans are speculating Kylie may have spouted the N-word.
Kylie’s voice is seriously manipulated on the song, though she appears to be heard laughing before stating, “C’mon Jordyn, stop this, Jordy, Jordyn… I’ve never been on a song before, f***.”
Though it’s difficult to hear exactly whose voice belongs to who on the vocally manipulated rap, a slew of social media users blasted Kylie Jenner after the song debuted online, slamming Jenner and accusing her of using N-word in her musical debut.
“Kylie Jenner is featured in a rap song and she says the n word” @heavymetaIovers tweeted out, while @princess__yue speculated, “Kylie Jenner said n**** multiple times in that “song” like it was nothing wtf I’m not even comfortable tweeting the full word.”
“Kylie Jenner’s auto tuned voice saying the n word over the Mr. Rogers theme song beat is what will play in my nightmares” @vycxn added.
But despite the social media backlash that ensued after the song debuted on Soundcloud on May 4, Flip Your Wig is reporting that Jordyn Woods is denying that it was Kylie who dropped the racially charged word in the new song.
According to the site, Jordyn took to Twitter to claim that it was actually herself and Justine Skye who were behind the controversial verse, admitting that the track was never intended to be serious and was just the friends’ way of “having fun.”
Jordyn’s Kylie clarification came after Twitter user @JasmineYKent blasted Jenner on the social media site, tweeting out on May 5, “[I don’t care] how famous you are, you ain’t black & saying the n-word isn’t funny or cool & that’s not what u [should] use ur celebrity for.”
“Girl that’s me and Justine. Kylie added one ad-lib. Lol,” Jordyn hit back, appearing to claim that Kylie’s involvement in the track was seriously limited.
“You hear us laughing in the song.. Clearly it was all of us together having fun,” Woods also tweeted out of “Beautiful Day,” adding, “Why do some of y’all take life so seriously. Stop being mad at the world and take a joke.”
Kylie Jenner is yet to speak out regarding the controversy, though this is just the latest in a week of online drama for the Keeping Up with the Kardashians reality star.
“I make my own money and start my own businesses, and I feel like I’m an inspiration for a lot of young girls who want to stand on their own,” Kylie told the June issue of British Glamour, which saw the teenager face serious backlash online.
“She has a platform [because] Kim [Kardashian] had sex on camera & got a tv show out of it. Forgive me if I don’t think she’s the new Gloria Steinem” @senoritav76 hit back after Jenner’s quotes hit the web, while Twitter user @Jemstarr79 wrote on the social media site that Jenner’s remarks “sound like that of an arrogant teen who believes the world revolves around her need for attention!”
What do you think of Kylie Jenner teaming up with Burberry Perry, Lil Yachty, Jordyn Woods and Justine Skye on the track “Beautiful Day?”
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