Kanye West Gets Completely Owned by Peppa Pig

The cartoon pig has gone full ham on a fellow pop culture disruptor
Kanye West Gets Completely Owned by Peppa Pig
Have you ever seen a pig roast? No, not like that — the other way: animated children's television star, recording artist and ruthless Twitter user Peppa Pig has taken Kanye West down a peg.

After catching fire in his "Come to Life" video taken from the end of his third and final Donda listening event, West is continuing to feel the burn. Naturally, as a purveyor of culture, Peppa Pig knows what music reviewers are up to — namely, the notorious entity that is Pitchfork.

The fork-most cultural institution gave Donda a 6.0 out of 10 with their review of West's new album. If that wasn't embarrassing enough, Peppa upped the ante by comparing Pitchfork's coverage of Donda with her own Peppa's Adventures, which the site gave a respectable 6.5 review earlier this year.

Posting the screenshots side by side on Twitter, the little porker added: "Peppa didn't need to host listening parties in Mercedes-Benz Stadium to get that .5."

Afterwards, she maybe realized that her mean-spirited bullying wasn't setting the best example for the children — but is there anyone more deserving than the rapper, who put Marilyn Manson on the album despite the numerous allegations of abuse against him — and decided to hit delete. But while tweets aren't forever, screenshots sure are.

Check out Peppa's since-deleted takedown tweet below.