Zuckerberg's sister releases pro-crypto song, the worst thing you'll hear today

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When you think things are already bad, there's always the possibility of something worse occurring. As it turns out, that's just what's happened as Mark Zuckerberg's sister, Randi Zuckerberg, has released one of the worst songs I've heard since We Built This City by Starship.

Mark Zuckerberg’s sister “musically” backs crypto

Released on Twitter, the musical equivalent of an anthrax attack was horrible let on the public without warning. Created to entice those who don't know about cryptocurrency, the musical display was instead praised by the already established crypto cult.

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Randi Zuckerberg’s musical escapade isn't an original piece. Instead, the billionaire’s sister resorted to a “parody cover” of Adele’s 2015 single, “Hello”. Without any original songwriting, Randi Zuckerberg attempted to become a modern day Weird Al, but s**t.

Instead of Adele’s beautiful lyrics of longing over a faded love, this version attempts to explain cryptocurrency. Of course, just like everything crypto infects, the soul that powered Adele’s song is completely sucked out.

Lyrics include: “Hello, can you hear me? A decentralized exchange lets you convert from A to B” and “No central bankers need apply. I’m going all in on this groundbreaking space. Don’t need bankers shoving web2 in my face.”

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The musical attack on Twitter users’ eardrums doesn't do much to actually inform users about cryptocurrency. Zuckerberg’s sister instead uses the opportunity to show off her surprisingly decent vocal skills with messy, anger-inducing lyrics.

In the Twitter post, the wannabe musician made sure to state “apologies Adele” for butchering her beloved song. However, she forgot to include other apologies: an apology for every person who listened to the haunting crypto song.

Hilariously, Randi Zuckerberg didn't post the music video on her brother’s social media platform Facebook. Instead, the video is exclusive to Twitter and all of its users. What a gift they've granted us.