Everyone Is Wearing Their Fanny Pack The Wrong Way Now

Carly Ledbetter

There are a few things in life one can be certain of: the inevitability of death, Kim Kardashian’s love of selfies and the correct way to wear a freakin’ fanny pack. Until now. 

On Monday, Rita Ora became the latest celebrity to wear her fanny pack like a cross body bag

Rita Ora seen at BBC Radio One on Sept.18, 2017 in London, England. (Neil Mockford via Getty Images)
Well, now she's just taunting us.  (Neil Mockford via Getty Images)

As we’ve pointed out before, Merriam Webster defines fanny packs as “a pack that straps to the waist and is used for carrying personal articles.” But like other cool kids before her, Ora chose the renegade route and wore her pack like a rebel. 

Kendall Jenner and A$AP Rocky are also guilty of wearing this trend: 

Kendall Jenner out and about in NYC on June 4.  (Jackson Lee/Splash)
A$AP Rocky outside Calvin Klein on Feb. 10, 2017 in New York City. (Christian Vierig via Getty Images)

Please, just make it stop. 

  • This article originally appeared on HuffPost.