No, Kylie Jenner Did Not Say the N-Word in Her Music Debut

The song is still terrible though.

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  • Kylie Jenner has made her music debut and it's official, no Jenner/Kardashian should ever take up being a musician.

    Now to be fair, Jenner wasn't the only one featured in the song. She's joined by Justine Skye, Jordyn Woods, and rapper Lil Yachty.

  • Skip to 2:41 for the relevant part. There's been some controversy around the single, not only because it's terrible but because people believe Jenner said the N-word on the song. However, Woods came forward and defended Jenner.

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  • So the jist of this is: Yes the song is awful. You can thank producer Burberry Perry for this addition to your music library.

    And no, Kylie Jenner didn't say the N-word on her "debut single."

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