One thing Karlie Kloss learned is that you don’t claim to be the ultimate Beyonce fan but mistakenly give her credits to another artist’s work.
In a survey published by Love Magazine earlier this week (and later xeroxed for all of Twitter to see), Kloss wrote that she has loved Bey since “Destiny’s Child 2003.” Only thing wrong with that is, she was also asked how they influenced her life, to which she wrote: “She is the soundtrack to my life!! C’mon, Waterfalls!?”
Umm…why didn’t anyone stop this before it went public? Girl needs some real friends.
For anyone else who doesn’t know, “Waterfalls” is actually a song by TLC.
You can view the full piece, from Love Mag, here.
Check out what the internet had to say about this one, #BeyHive:
and don't forget their massive worldwide hit, Wannabe— Mara (@alerriegomez) February 8, 2017
INTERESTING pic.twitter.com/0XkpYWluei— Bri (@_BriNikole) February 9, 2017
yeah me too but how can you forget there hit song "AMIGAS CHETTAHS" Classic👌🏿@JustChillMaya— Nyarah Breed (@indiebreed97) February 9, 2017
This is confusing but bear with me. We all know a member of TLC tragically died in 2002..but what if Karlie Kloss doesn't know that?— Caity Weaver (@caityweaver) February 9, 2017
The fact that Karlie Kloss thinks Destiny's Child sang "Waterfalls" has shaken me to the core pic.twitter.com/rhnL9r4RDn— Sam Stryker (@sbstryker) February 8, 2017
If you're feeling bad today, just remember that Karlie Kloss seems to be under the impression that TLC's "Waterfalls" is a Beyonce song.. pic.twitter.com/uAciEctHyo— Grace N. Bennett (@notoriousgnb) February 8, 2017
If Karlie Kloss thinks Waterfalls is by Beyoncé, what the FUCK does she think To Kill A Mockingbird (her "favorite book") is about, I wonder— Caity Weaver (@caityweaver) February 9, 2017