An egg, simply a simple chicken egg, has actually broken Instagram by ending up being the most-liked post of perpetuity.

No, we’re not yolking.

Published with the sole objective of nabbing Kylie Jenner’s Instagram throne, the image accomplished its goal on Monday, surpassing 24 million likes at the time of composing.

Here is the egg, now the most well-known on the planet:

It’s the only post from the account @world_record_egg.

The caption accompanying the image states: “Let’s set a world record together and get the most liked post on Instagram. Beating the present world record held by Kylie Jenner (18 million)! We got this.”

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The account’s bio now checks out: “Main world record holders of the most liked image on Instagram.” And, with a concern for Instagram, it includes: “Now where’s our blue tick?”

@world_record_egg has not even beaten, as blended the previous record for the most liked picture on Instagram. Published by Kylie Jenner in February in 2015, it includes her child Stormi Webster.

Jenner reacted by publishing a video of her splitting an egg on tarmac, which was tape-recorded a long time ago “Take that little egg,” she stated.

It’s the 2nd time in a matter of days that a social networks record has actually been smashed. Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa went beyond a chicken-nugget-loving United States teenager by publishing the most retweeted tweet ever this month.

His post, commemorating Maezawa’s clothes business, Zozotown, making 10 billion yen ($92 million) in sales over Christmas, has actually been retweeted almost 5.3 million times.

The record was formerly held by Carter Wilkerson, a United States teenager who in 2017 asked Wendy’s the number of retweets he would require to be granted a year’s supply of complimentary chicken nuggets. He acquired 3.5 million retweets.