A mother of two apparently at breakpoint has been immortalized on the internet as & # 39; Kidz Bop Karen & # 39; after her loose tirade went viral on a New York City highway.
The woman, who is supposed to be a New York mother in her forties, unleashed a big-mouthed tirade against Chelsea Klein, a sales director who claims that Chelsea & Lyff's driver cut her off.
She then drew a series of faces to Chelsea, 29, before calling her some blasphemy, including a & # 39; b ** ch a ** h ** & # 39; and said her children could not hear her in as much terrible language as they were listening to Kidz Bop.
Bad day? A woman's furious rage turned viral after she gave a passenger a & # 39; b ** ch a ** h ** & # 39; and put her head in the car window
Here's … Karen: The woman, presumably a two-year-old mother in New York, was nervous after claiming that a Lyft driver had cut her off on the West Side Highway
Speak against NBC News, Chelsea said she wasn't sure if the Lyft driver Steph actually had & # 39; cut off & # 39; when she was looking at her phone at that moment.
She told the outlet that she noticed that the woman was giving her and the driver the middle finger, so she reacted brutally by giving her a thumbs up.
She was worried when the woman appeared at the car window and started banging on it when the light turned red.
Passenger: Chelsea Klein, 29, said she was filming the tirade because she was afraid that & # 39; Karen & # 39; jump into the car.
Chelsea claimed that she started filming the incident because she was nervous about what the woman would do.
In the images, the woman seems to claim that Chelsea told her to & # 39; calm down & # 39; before she started recording.
Chelsea said: & # 39; I started filming honestly because I was afraid she would jump in the car.
& # 39; The look in her eyes was scary and anger on the road is a bit scary. I was definitely scared. & # 39;
The now viral clip shows the woman sticking out her tongue and pulling different faces.
& # 39; My apologies. I'm so sorry. It's my fault, & # 39; you hear the driver say her head through the window.
In a chilling sarcastic voice, the woman said: & she finds it cute that her driver almost touches my children, and she thinks she should make a video of it instead of apologizing. & # 39;
When Chelsea takes revenge and the woman asks if standing on the road will help, she replied mockingly: "You're a b —- is it going to help?" I do not know? Take it easy! Take it easy! & # 39;
& # 39; It is your fault, & she said to the driver.
Debt game: & # 39; Karen & # 39; told the driver that it was his fault because he could repeatedly hear his apologies
Yikes: The woman told Chelsea that her attitude is & # 39; silly & # 39; before she walked away
Mom: An Instagram account that is believed to belong to the same woman tells how she had two children in two years
& # 39; And you know, that didn't upset me, but the b ** ch a ** h ** that told me to calm down?
& # 39; I would like you to apologize instead of being a dick, & # 39; she went on.
When Chelsea began to apologize, she also asked the woman if her children could hear her use such a language.
The woman replied: & # 39; My children can't hear me if I b ** ch you … they can't hear me because they're listening to Kidz Bop. & # 39;
Film: The passenger told NBC News that the surreal experience was something out of a film
Kidz Bop is a series of albums with pop music for children.
On an Instagram page that was believed to belong to the woman, she revealed that in 2015 she had two children in two years in 2015/2016.
The woman told Chelsea that her attitude sucks & # 39; before she ran away when the light turned green.
Chelsea claimed that she could see a child crying in the woman's car, as well as another adult passenger.
& # 39; This was from a movie, & # 39; Chelsea added. & # 39; I just want to know why she was so angry and why she had to attack me. & # 39;
After the video was picked up by meme account Barstool Sports, social media users shared it with a smile at the unintentionally hilarious Kidz Bop line.
Starting today, the rant has more than 16.4 million views and there have been countless memes on different platforms.
Speak against TMZ, the woman said (remained anonymous) that she was only angry because she was called a Republican after the mess went online.
However, she admits that she is quite ashamed.
TMZ writes: & # 39; In fact, Karen says she appreciates the negative feedback – in addition to the Republican taunts – and says that her behavior is a fair play for trolling because she has behaved so publicly. & # 39;
Viral: the mocking roar of the woman resulted in no shortage of memes on Twitter
Where does the & # 39; Karen & # 39; meme from?
Internet users often reject irritating, entitled white middle-aged women like & # 39; Karen & # 39;
Some believe it comes from the character Karen in the gangster movie Goodfellas from 1989
Made popular on Reddit with the thread & # 39; F ** k you Karen & # 39; with details about irritating female behavior
It spread with the hairstyle & # 39; Can I speak to the manager & # 39; memes
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