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After a series of bland cover versions of Rihanna‘s “Work” and Beyonce‘s “Formation” surfaced, Black Twitter assembled and created a sensation in the #TrapCovers hashtag. For those of you who missed out on the hilarious trap-laced covers of pop and rock tracks, we’ve got you covered.

The #TrapCovers theme jumped off Thursday night (Feb. 25) with Twitter and YouTube personality Nathan Zed and his passionate rendition of The Beatles’ “Hey Jude” as you can see below.

And as the good folks at Mashable reported, even Twitter’s co-founder Jack Dorsey got down with the trending topic.

We won’t waste anyone’s time in sharing some of the awful covers of “Work” and “Formation” we had to endure while crafting this story. Just hit the following pages to see the best #TrapCovers we’ve seen online thus far. If we missed one of your favorites, let us know via the comments.

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