Proper decorum dictates that we not speak ill of the dead, but that doesn’t say anything about creating joke petitions to have Fetty Wap perform at the funeral of the recently deceased. With that in mind, writer David Dennis created a petition to have Fetty perform “Trap Queen,” his crack-tastic pop hit of 2015, at the burial of Nancy Reagan, after the former first lady passed away last Sunday.

It was during her husband President Ronald Reagan’s two terms, and partially because of his policies, that the crack epidemic helped destroy American cities during the 1980s. And her Just Say No anti-drug campaign was probably more successful in supporting the parody bumper sticker industry than dealing with the resulting problems. Dennis says that part of the impetus for creating the petition was in reaction to the way the national conversation turns overly positive when a major public figure passes away.“I just wanted to make a commentary on the Reagans and their involvement in destroying black communities,” he explains.

In the text accompanying his petition, Dennis writes, “While her husband, Ronald Reagan, was linking up with Papi to flood the streets with narcotics, Nancy was on TV telling kids to ‘Say No To Drugs.’ Her infamous ‘anti-drug’ phrase encouraged strict laws on drug possession that led to a school-to-prison pipeline we’re still dealing with now.”

“In this election cycle, people keep saying candidates need to ‘channel Reagan’ like it’s a positive thing.” Dennis says. “I’m like, ‘Not to me!’”

Dennis wasn’t expecting the petition to take off the way it has, with national outlets reporting on it and it generating nearly 6000 signatures at the time of this post. “I thought my friends would think it was funny, or that someone would see it on Facebook and think it was funny,” he says.

Meanwhile, there’s been no word yet from Fetty Wap about whether he’d actually be interested in playing Nancy Reagan’s Simi Valley funeral this Friday. Regardless, Dennis speculates that the former FLOTUS is off in a better place, “where she’s probably cooking pies with her baby.”