Entertainment Music Peppa Pig Shades Kanye West for Having Lower Review for 'Donda' Than 'Peppa's Adventures: The Album' Pitchfork gave Peppa Pig’s sophomore album Peppa’s Adventures: The Album a higher score than Kanye West's highly anticipated Donda album By Naledi Ushe Naledi Ushe Digital News Writer, PEOPLE People Editorial Guidelines Published on September 3, 2021 12:17 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: STX Entertainment/Courtesy Everett Collection; Scott Dudelson/FilmMagic Peppa Pig threw some serious shade at Kanye West! The British cartoon character — star of the hit animated series of the same name — joined social media commenters in poking fun at West's newly released Donda after Twitter users noticed Peppa's Adventures: The Album got a higher review from Pitchfork. Last month, Pitchfork gave Peppa's sophomore album a 6.5 rating calling it a "charming and self-assured celebration of family, friendship, and muddy puddles." As for West's project, the outlet issued a 6.0 rating, saying the "album arrives barely finished and with a lot of baggage." Kim Kardashian 'Had Some Trust Issues' with Kanye West During Their Marriage, Source Says In a since-deleted tweet on Wednesday, the official Peppa Pig Twitter account reposted a fan who put the album reviews side by side. "Peppa didn't need to host listening parties in Mercedes-Benz Stadium to get that .5," the account commented, referencing the Donda listening party in July. For more on Peppa Pig throwing shade at Kanye West and other top stories, listen below to our daily podcast PEOPLE Every Day. The Peppa Pig Twitter account took down the post, however, they kept one post up from Wednesday, replying with a queen emoji to a fan account that also shared the side-by-side album reviews. Kanye West Finally Releases Donda Album After Weeks-Long Delay In addition to the album review, West's album has stirred up a lot of controversy. Ahead of the album's release, West held a listening party — during which he welcomed Marilyn Manson onstage at Chicago's Soldier Field. Manson's appearance left fans feeling upset as the disgraced rocker is facing four sexual abuse lawsuits and has been accused by more than 15 women of sexual assault. DaBaby, who apologized last month after making misinformed comments about the LGBTQ community and HIV, was also present at the event, performing his verse on the song "Jail," which seemed to replace JAY-Z's surprise verse. Following Donda's release, revelations about the rapper's marriage to Kim Kardashian appeared to come to light. The rapper seemed to suggest he'd been unfaithful in the lyrics to his new song "Hurricane" — and, according to a source close to him, he feels remorseful about the pain caused his estranged wife. Never miss a story — sign up for PEOPLE's free daily newsletter to stay up-to-date on the best of what PEOPLE has to offer, from juicy celebrity news to compelling human interest stories. "There were things that happened in their marriage that Kanye regrets. He wasn't always the best husband," the source tells PEOPLE. "He knows that he hurt Kim. He will always love her though." The Keeping Up with the Kardashians alum, 40, filed for divorce from West in February after nearly six years of marriage and four children: daughters North, 8, and Chicago, 3½, and sons Saint, 5½, and Psalm, 2.