The best tweets from last night’s Met Gala to satisfy your thirst for fire memes
But seriously, why is Kylie still invited?
Yeah yeah, the Met Gala was last night and everyone looked great blah blah blah.
Forget about the fashion. We all know the best part of any event are the memes. Especially when they perfectly capture every single emotion you had last night.
Behold, the memes.
It's the first Monday in May and you're ready
But it's been three minutes and everyone looks plain af
And you wonder if they even read the invitation
A celebrity wearing something minimal? Groundbreaking!
You swear if you were there you would change the game
But they still invited Kylie instead
You offer to help with the guestlist next year
And will make sure to keep Jaden Smith off it so he doesn't pull shit like this
But then put him back on the list because THINK OF THE MEMES
OH, THE MEMES
Then you see La La and bow down to subtle genius
And take a break to start planning your iconic looks for next year
AND THEN YOU SEE RIHANNA
And are done for the night
THE ART, DO NOT TOUCH THE ART
And can finally sleep that night knowing you can always count on Rihanna.
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