On Christmas Day (Dec. 25), Plies decided to spend some time with his mother at her residence. While there, one particular song on her holiday playlist — Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You” — appeared to be driving him up a wall.

“I’m at my motherf**kin’ momma house. You hear this?” he asked in a video shared on Instagram. “I’m sick of hearing this motherf**kin’ song, ma. Alright? I love motherf**kin’ Mariah just like everybody else love her. But ain’t no godd**n way you want me to believe this the only motherf**kin’ Christmas song Mariah Carey got. No motherf**kin’ way Mariah want nobody that motherf**kin’ bad. I swear to God, you play that motherf**kin’ song one mo’ time, I’ma take my motherf**kin’ a** home.”

“All I Want For Christmas Is You” was first released back in 1994 as part of Carey’s fourth studio LP, Merry Christmas, a collection of original recordings and covers of classics tailor-made for the big holiday. As REVOLT previously reported, that single gradually took on a life of its own and continues to be one of the R&B icon’s most popular songs within her massive catalog. Over the past few years, “All I Want For Christmas Is You” broke its own Spotify single-day streaming record — including in 2023, when it generated 23,701,697 streams on Christmas Eve (Dec. 24). The track, which Carey produced alongside Walter Afanasieff, also currently sits at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.

“When it first came out, it was more of a gradual thing,” Carey previously explained about the infectious number in an interview with Entertainment Weekly. “It was popular, but it didn’t have what it has now. I feel like people have grown up with the song, and it’s become a part of people’s lives in terms of the way they celebrate the holidays. That makes me feel really proud as someone that loves Christmas so much.”