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Here's why #TrapCover is the most hilarious hashtag you'll see on Twitter today

*applause*

OVER THE PAST few weeks, a disturbing phenomenon has emerged on the internet.

Yes, we are talking about white people covering Rihanna’s Work and Beyonce’s Formation, and turning them into total snoozefests.

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In response, the internet has gifted us something very special.

Inspired by the acoustic covers of Formation, Nathan Zed (@NathanZed) decided to perform a “trap cover” of Hey Jude.

In his words, it was “in retaliation to the white covers turning party songs into elevator music”.

And the hashtag #TrapCover was born.

Soon, there were dozens trap covers of the whitest songs ever.

Baby One More Time? Check.

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Let It Go? You betcha.

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Shake It Off? Yep.

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Angel by Sarah McLachlan? Coming right up.

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They even covered the Animaniacs theme song!

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Best hashtag ever.

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