Baby Boy Beyoncé
Because you're nobody unless you have a ridiculously hilarious parody account on Twitter. Featuring @StuffDrakeDoes, @KimKierkegaard and @Kanye_WestLaw, these are the 10 best.
Blue Ivy Reactions doesn't just post as if it was Blue Ivy, it posts imagining Blue Ivy's reactions to hilarious (and often photoshopped) situations. Everyone can relate to what this three-year-old has to go through.
There are a few variations of the 'Rap Like Lil' Wayne' parody account, all of which give the most brilliant but simple take on the kind of lyrics you'll find in a Lil' Wayne song e.g. "Wearing Toms in my truck, call that a Tom Ford!" This particular account has 18k followers, but has been inactive since October.
Drake, commonly thought of as the most sensitive rapper in the world (sorry Drizzy!), is an obviously choice for a hip-hop parody account. Drake The Type has racked up 140,000 followers because of its witty posts about what Drizzy's probably up to.
Like it or loathe it, when your parents are Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, you're an easy target. And when you have a face as expressive as North West's, it's a done deal. This account chooses the funniest photos of baby North and ties them with clever captions.
The original Blue Ivy parody Twitter account is called 'BeyonceJayFetus' because it was born before Blue was and so didn't know its own name yet. From inside Beyoncé's belly it tweeted demands for 'Watermelon' and for people to stop flashing lights at it - "It feels like ware of the worlds in here!" in once tweeted. These days it only posts a message on 7th January, it's birthday.
One of the largest parody accounts on the list, KimKierkegaard has 158,000 followers. In its own words, the account showcases; "The philosophy of Søren Kierkegaard mashed with the tweets and observations of Kim Kardashian." It is seriously hilarious.
The largest parody account by a long way, Stuff Drake Does has built up over 200,000 followers and only follows two people - Rihanna and Nicki Minaj (we feel your pain Lil' Wayne). Unlike other accounts, every single tweet is of a RT-able quality, they are just so 'Drake.'
It took approximately five minutes for a parody account to be set up after Pharrell proudly wore the world's tallest hat to the Grammy Awards last year. Even though Skateboard P has since sold the hat and dons new ones, the account has managed to maintain the entertainment factor by posting tweets like this one.
Kanye West Law has gained 10 thousand followers since it began tweeting in November 2012. The hilarious tweets imagine what the law of the land would be like if Kanye West had anything to do with it.
There are countless Blue Ivy parody accounts on Twitter, this one is inactive now, but was the biggest one when news of Beyoncé;s pregnancy broke. It tweeted not only as Beyoncé's fetus, before entering the world, but also throughout Blue's first year alive with things like "Gwenyth Paltrow thought ivy was a great idea".