Being ‘Krissed’ entails being pranked on TikTok by Kris Jenner herself.

As TikTok continues to grow in popularity, some users have discovered that the old is new again. The most recent example of this is the “Krissed” trend, which resembles the Rick Rolling trend from YouTube’s early days. While this may sound frightening, it is linked to one of the world’s most famous families.

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If you’ve seen people on TikTok complaining about being “Krissed,” what they’re referring to is a series of TikTok videos that, somewhat surprisingly, end with a video of Kris Jenner dancing to the song “Lady Marmalade.” The video featured in the trend is actually about a decade old, and was originally posted to Kylie and Kendall Jenner’s YouTube channel. The entire Kardashian/Jenner family is seen dancing to the bop.

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Kris dancing to the song in a glittery green outfit has been the focus of this TikTok trend. The video is usually placed at the end of a TikTok video that features a fake rumor that is meant to be irresistible to the average user. When a user clicks in, the video ends with Kris Jenner dancing alone, and you’ll see text that says you’ve “just gotten Krissed.”

TikTok users are already tired of the trend.

Despite the fact that many people find the trend amusing, and there are still plenty of popular videos of Kris Jenner dancing the night away, some people have grown tired of it.

“I got Krissed again, how do I keep falling for it?” one TikTok user bemoaned, clearly annoyed at being duped.

Another user added, “I don’t want to be Krissed anymore.”

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Regardless of whether they wanted it or not, some TikTok users have had their pages completely consumed by the trend. The trend’s videos have racked up millions of views, and while some may be sick of them, others are clearly consuming them.

Getting “Krissed” may, in the end, have the unintended consequence of making people more cautious about what they believe they learn on the internet.


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wandakardashian’s original sound Source: TikTokArticle continues below advertisementGetting ‘Krissed’ isn’t something that will last forever.

Getting “Krissed,” like all great TikTok trends, is likely to be a fleeting phenomenon. It’s popular right now, but it’ll be quickly supplanted by some other trend that will reign for a short time before falling out of favor. That’s just the way the internet works, and getting “Krissed,” like getting Rick Rolled before it, will become a cherished memory for the vast majority of people.

However, every now and then, you might come across an old video of Kris Jenner’s fluid movements and be reminded of the previous craze. You may have been irritated by it at the time, but in 15 years, you may find yourself nostalgic for a time when the internet was a little different.

Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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