Even Kylie and Kris Jenner hopped onto the ‘ABCDEFG’ TikTok trend! The mom-daughter duo showed off their acting skills to recreate Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick’s memorable argument on ‘KUWTK.’

If you haven’t gotten the memo yet, Kylie Jenner is on TikTok! The 22-year-old makeup mogul couldn’t resist using one of the audio clips that has gone viral on the social media app, which was taken straight from her family’s show, Keeping Up with the Kardashians. Of course, it was from the scene in which Kourtney Kardashian infamously told Scott Disick, “ABCDEFG I have to go.” To recreate the iconic scene, Kylie enlisted the help of her mom, Kris Jenner, 64, for her TikTok video that she uploaded on April 6.

In the clip, Kylie played her sassy older sister, while Kris tackled the role of Kourtney’s ex, Scott. “So, are we cool? Like, are we in agreement?” Kris mouths to Scott’s words, to which Kylie (as Kourtney) lip syncs, “ABCDEFG I have to go.” For added dramatic effect, Kylie slid on a pair of pearl-studded sunglasses.

“What the heck does ABCDEFG mean?” Kris (Scott) asks, to which Kylie (Kourtney) says, “It’s just a phrase I like to use… It means the conversation is over.” To make her point, Kylie pulls a big bottle up to her lips. This same exact scene has been recreated by countless Tik Tok users, including Cara Delevingne and Ashley Benson! For the impersonation that the couple shared on March 16, Cara played Scott and Ashley took on Kourtney. No matter who’s mouthing the words, this scene will never get old (thank you Kourtney).

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