Rebecca Black's debut music video "Friday" made the then-13-year-old singer an Internet legend for all the wrong reasons.
The song was bad. Really bad. So bad, in fact, that it currently has over 1.3 million "dislikes" on YouTube.
Fortunately, Rebecca - who's now 16 - has a sense of humor about being on the receiving end of all the hate the Internet has to offer and she recently made a video sharing some of the funniest burns from her videos' comment boards:
"WOW...this sucks," reads one comment, prompting Rebecca to respond truthfully, "Wow...it did suck."
"I would rather stick my d-ck in a blender and drink the pulp than listen to this s--t," writes another non-fan, to which Rebecca says, "I don't think I would do the same thing...It might be bad, but I don't know if it's that bad."
It goes on like that, and Rebecca's commentary is almost as funny as the disses themselves. So yeah, singing wasn't her strong suit, but if she maintains her ability to laugh at herself, she may have a future in stand-up comedy.
As for the dude who wrote and produced the musical atrocity that was "Friday," he's still churning out music videos that will make your eyes and ears bleed.
If you've not done so already, please check out "Face Time" by Pato and Richie Main, just don't say we didn't warn you: