Janet Jackson's 'Nasty' Spikes 250 Percent on Spotify After Presidential Debate

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"Nasty boys, don't mean a thing..."

Janet Jackson fans have assembled!

On Wednesday night, the 50-year-old’s 1986 hit, "Nasty," spiked 250 percent on Spotify after Donald Trump called Hillary Clinton, "such a nasty woman" midway through the last presidential debate, according to the streaming service. 

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"I am on record as saying that we need to put more money in the Social Security trust fund," Clinton said while speaking about her tax plan. "That's part of my commitment to raise taxes on the wealthy. My Social Security payroll contribution will go up, as will Donald's – assuming he can’t figure out how to get out of it."

Trump quickly interrupted Clinton and said, "Such a nasty woman." 

The internet, of course, wasted no time in coming to Clinton's defense and cleverly found ways to tie in Jackson's hit song.

"It's Mrs. President, if you're nasty," Ellen DeGeneres wrote on Twitter on Thursday. 

"Where's my Nasty Woman t-shirt?!" Jessica Chastain tweeted out to fans, adding, "'No my first name ain't baby, it's Hillary, Madame President if you’re nasty.' #imwither @HillaryClinton." 

Lena Dunham also added her two cents. "RT if you're a nasty woman and it's made your life a freakin' pleasure," the Girls star wrote. 

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Here's what other Twitter users had to say: 

Watch Jackson's official video for "Nasty" below.