LOL, Stormi Webster turned off Kylie Jenner’s ‘Rise and Shine’ song and requested Travis Scott instead

What a boss (baby) move!

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  • Stormi Webster is already tired of Kylie Jenner’s viral hit, ‘Rise and Shine.’
  • Stormi legit turned off Kylie’s song and demanded she plays Travis Scott instead!

Do you remember where you were the moment you heard Kylie Jenner sing ‘Hyyyriiiiseee and shyyynnnee’ for the first time? Well, duh—of course, you do! It’s literally only been, like…48 hours maximum (or so) since the viral video of Kylie’s questionable singing technique has taken the internet by storm. There are thousands of memes. Ariana Grande, a Grammy-winning songstress, has covered it. And now, it’s been converted into a remix that’s obviously going to hit the number one spot on the Billboard Hot 100. So to celebrate, Kylie is letting her daughter, Stormi Webster, bop to it.

On Instagram, Kylie posted the most adorable video EVER of Stormi listening and dancing to the three-minute remixed version of ‘Rise and Shine.’ But after listening to it for what’s probably the millionth time, Stormi got tired of the bop and wanted to request something else…specifically a song by her dad, Travis Scott.

So get this—Stormi, a literal icon, turns off the music HERSELF and says ‘Daddy sing,’ like, four times until Kylie has no choice but to put something of Travis’s on. It’s such a cute boss-baby move! Prepare to obsess in 3, 2, 1:

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daddy’s girl 🙄🙄😍

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Stormi might be over “Rise and Shine,” but Kylie is definitely looking to milk her 15 minutes of musical fame a little bit further. She used the caption in an Instagram post to promote two new Kylie Skin products that are coming soon and said Ariana can sample the song as long as she gets to be in the video. What a time to be alive, amirite?

This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan US

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