They say there's no such thing as bad publicity, which is hopefully the case for Catey Shaw.
The breakout singer has officially gone viral just two days after uploading her music video "Brooklyn Girls" to YouTube, only to be faced with backlash from viewers who can't stop criticizing the song, which has currently received over 700 "dislikes" on the video-sharing site (in comparison to just 410 "likes").
Shaw's new single, which, in her defense, is pretty catchy, includes just about every Brooklyn cliché—from "gritty" girls who wear combat boots to endless graffiti on the streets—and locals are less than pleased with Virginia-native-turned-Brooklyn resident's depiction of the popular NYC borough.
"Brooklyn girls, when they walk in, they rule the world. Brooklyn girls, tough and pretty, break the rules," Shaw sings in the chorus as images of ladies with tattoos, piercings and PBR cans in hand flash across the screen before the Bedford L stop appears in the background.
Noisey even went so far as to deem Shaw "The Rebecca Black of Brooklyn Gentrification" and compared Shaw's track to Black's tune "Friday," which made waves on the Internet back in 2011 for all the wrong reasons.
Shaw has yet to address the backlash, and instead posted a tweet thanking fans for their support just one day after the clip was released.
"This is overwhelming and I love you all so much," she wrote.
Overwhelmingly negative, indeed. Watch the music video above and then hit the comments with your thoughts!