Sabrina Carpenter Celebrates Her First No. 1 Song By Silencing Troll Who Criticized Her

On Monday, song-of-the-summer singer Sabrina Carpenter announced that she’d topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart with her next hit tune, “Please Please Please.

But not before calling out a hater who took a dig at her musical talents.

In the post, Carpenter shared a photo of the announcement alongside the person’s previous biting remarks about the song.

“I don’t think I’ve ever seen someone fumble a second single this hard. my goodness,” the user wrote in a June 7 post.

Carpenter shut down the naysayer in her Monday post, writing, “ohhhh,” with four crying emojis. “I’m a grateful grateful grateful girl.”

“Please Please Please” marks the singer’s first No. 1 hit in her music career.

In a separate Instagram post, the “Espresso” crooner gushed over the milestone.

“MY FIRST #1 on the @billboard HOT 100!!!!!!! And espresso at #4.. I’m very immensely grateful so i will surely always remember this day for the rest of my life!” Carpenter wrote on Monday. (“Espresso” peaked at No. 3 this month, per Billboard.)

Earlier this month, Carpenter opened up about how she always knew a booming music career was in her future.

“I never had the plan B, and it wasn’t even a thought in my mind that it wouldn’t work out,” she told Rolling Stone in an interview published June 17. “I just always knew it was about not if it would happen but when it would happen.”