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03rd Sep 2021

Peppa Pig trolls Kanye after album gets better review than Donda

Steve Hopkins

Peppa Pig trolls Kanye West

This rap beef just went ham

Peppa Pig trolled Kanye West on Twitter after getting a better album review in the most cray news since Covid.

While Kanye has been busy hogging ‘All Of The Lights’ with his Donda listening parties, his album only got a 6.0 rating on review site, Pitchfork.

Farmyard favorite, Peppa’s spicy new offering, Peppa’s Aventures: The Album, however,  got 6.5 on the same site, something that is ‘Bound 2’ irk West who always thinks his raps are ‘Stronger’.

While Peppa P might be a playground favourite, it didn’t stop the pig’s official Twitter account dragging Donda through the mud.

‘Squealing with Glee Wednesday’, it wrote: “Peppa didn’t need to host listening parties in the Mercedez-Benz stadium to get that .5.” The post was followed by a dropped mic and a pig snout emoji, as well as side-by-side pictures of the two reviews.

Kanye held elaborate listening parties in football stadiums in Atlanta and at Chicago’s Mercedes Benz Stadium, where he married his estranged wife, Kim Kardashian, and gesticulated in front of a life-size version of his childhood home,  before finally releasing the album last Friday.


In contrast, Peppa is said to have recently been spotted at a nature reserve and going on a family camping trip, one US publication amusingly claimed.

Pitchfork had this to say about Peppa’s latest drop: “The four-year-old pop phenom and famous pig’s second album is a charming and self-assured celebration of family, friendship, and muddy puddles.”

And on Donda, it blurbed: “Kanye West’s 10th album arrives barely finished and with a lot of baggage. Its 27 tracks include euphoric highs that lack connective tissue, a data dump of songs searching for a higher calling.”

While Peppa later thought better about calling out Kanye, by deleting the tweet, Page Six concluded that the playful Pig had run rings around Yeezy with its New Pig Flow.

Donda may feature critically acclaimed songs including ‘Off The Grid’, but it doesn’t have the timeless Peppa track ‘Birdy Birdy Woof Woof’.

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