Siri Will Get Sassy If You Ask Certain Music Questions

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Apparently, Siri is not here for your questions about music.

If you ask her something you've been dying to know about it, like "Siri, what's the top song in the US today?," she'll shade you in her response, according to E! Online. The reason why probably has something to do with your Apple music service subscription.

If you don't have one, her response is "Sorry, I can't look up the music charts for you. You don't seem to be subscribed to Apple Music," the site reported. So, what she's saying is if you don't have Apple Music service, you might as well not ask her any music-related questions until you do...or all you'll get is major sass.

Siri – the queen of shade - previously got petty with iPhone users earlier this year when they asked her the simple question "What is zero divided by zero." Her response was, "Imagine that you have zero cookies and you split them evenly among zero friends. How many cookies does each person get? See? It doesn't make sense. And Cookie Monster is sad that there are no cookies, and you are sad that you have no friends."

As you can see, Siri will come for your entire life when you least expect it. Like if you say, "Ok Google," to her as one user pointed out. "Very funny. I mean, not funny "ha-ha," but funny," she will reply. And it looks like she'll have even more opportunities to shade you. According to reports, Siri is going to be added to Apple Music, which means you'll be able to tell her what music to play from your Apple TV remote control (with more sassy responses to boot).

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