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Get Krissed Meme and Meaning on TikTok

Get Krissed or Krissed is one of the biggest memes on TikTok in 2022.

It’s a clip of Kris Jenner dancing to “Lady Marmalade”.

The clip usually plays at the end of a serious video.

It’s meant to trick people to think that the video is serious but it’s actually not.

Currently, the hashtag, #krissed has over 1 billion views on TikTok.

On the other hand, #getkrissed has over 100 million views.

In this article, you’ll learn what the “Get Krissed” or “Krissed” meme means and examples of it.

Get Krissed meme

Get Krissed TikTok

The Get Krissed meme is a clip of Kris Jenner dancing to “Lady Marmalade” at the end of a video.

The meme is similar to “Rickrolling” where the person includes a hyperlink that redirects to “Never Gonna Give You Up” by Rick Astley.

The category of the meme is a bait-and-switch prank.

It’s about tricking people into viewing unexpected content.

Kris Jenner is an American socialite, famous for starring in Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

Keeping Up with the Kardashians is a reality series that showcases the lives of the Kardashian–Jenner families.

Kris is the mother to Kourtney, Kim, Khloé, and Robert.

The clip that’s being played is from the Kardashian Jenner Family Music Video.

The video was uploaded to YouTube on 2012, but it was shot in 2011 during their family Christmas Card shoot.

Lady Marmalade” is sung by Christina Aguilera, Pink, Mya, and Lil Kim.

The YouTube video is now filled with comments referencing the TikTok meme.

Here’s one of the comments by a user named Gup-Gup, “No one could have predicted Kris being the biggest meme in 2022”.

The comment got over 60k likes and more than 250 replies.

Here’s another comment by the user, Babubabababu, “The fact that we still get krissed to this day brings a tear to my eye”.

Get Krissed meaning

Get Krissed means that you’ve been tricked to watch the clip of Kris Jenner dancing.

It has the same meaning as getting Rickrolled.

In case you don’t know what “Rickrolling” is, it’s a hyperlink that redirects you to the “Never Gonna Give You Up” music video by Rick Astley.

It’s one of the most popular pranks on the internet.

The original music video reached over 1.2 billion views since its upload.

On the other hand, the Kardashian Jenner Family Music Video reached over 15 million views.

The part where Kris is dancing is the most replayed part of the video.

Examples of Get Krissed videos

The meme went viral on TikTok after multiple “Get Krissed” videos were posted.

One popular video shows a picture of Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson wrapping their arms around each other.

In 2022, Kim is in a relationship with Pete and she mentioned that she was “Very happy” and at “Peace”.

The video is captioned “I can’t believe Pete would do that. That video is disgusting”.

After a few seconds, the video switched to the clip of Kris Jenner dancing to “Lady Marmalade”.

The video received over 2.4 million views and more than 300k likes.

Some of the comments are, “I knew it”, “This is the best trend that ever existed”, and “The new rickroll”.


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The “Get Krissed” meme even caught the attention of Kris Jenner herself.

On 24 July 2022, Kris Jenner posted a video on TikTok captioned, “I’m so excited to finally announce…”.

The video contains an image of herself with the title, “Kris Jenner 2024 presidential candidate”.

This implies that she’s running for president in 2024.

After a few seconds, the video transitioned into a clip of her dancing to “Lady Marmalade” with the caption, “U just got Krissed #Krissed”.

The video received over 63 million views and more than 13 million likes.

Here are some of the comments, “How did I just get Krissed by Kris herself”, “Kris just Krissed me”, and “She did the trend”.

Others mentioned that they would vote for her if she actually ran for president.

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