Recently, it has come to my attention that a certain newly turned 18-year-old member of the Kardashian Krew has risen to prominence in pop culture.

I only know this because I am a Respected and Influential Member of The Media, but perhaps you’ve noticed this too because, I don’t know, you have eyes.

Her name is Kylie Jenner.

Kylie Jenner! That’s her name. (Call her Kylie!)

But, in a practice that both social media and the press have perpetuated over the past year or two, Kylie Jenner is increasingly becoming known as something else: “Kylie.”

Just “Kylie.”

Of course, that’s still her name. Unfortunately, there’s a slight issue with that: There’s only one Kylie — just Kylie — in pop culture, and she’s a glittering, glamorous Australian pop music legend who has been in this industry for over 25 years and counting.

To her name, Kylie [Minogue] has amassed a dozen studio albums, headlined more than a dozen world tours and scored several Top 10 hits across the world, including “The Loco-Motion,” “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head,” “Love At First Sight,” “All the Lovers” and “I Believe in You.” She’s won a GRAMMY Award, 3 BRIT Awards and 16 ARIA Music Awards. She is also the 3rd best-selling female artist in UK history.

To her name, Kylie [Jenner] has an official lifestyle app, the great fortune of being born into a spectacularly famous family, and the general public’s interest in the authenticity of her body parts and her relationship with a 25-year-old rapper. She also has 35.8 million followers on Instagram.

Of course, I get it: The world keeps spinning, and we keep spinning with it. Times change. I’m very, very old and irrelevant now.

But please, can’t we as a people have even a morsel of respect for the genuinely prolific career which Kylie [Minogue] has built for herself before casting her one-name recognition away to a (perfectly nice-seeming) master selfie-taking teenager? Can we not demand a little more from our one Kylie, Just Kylie? (Teens: No, ugly! Delete it fat!)

I’m open to the game being changed: If Kylie Jenner would like to step into the recording booth to become a pop star — which, if Kim Kardashian‘s “Jam (Turn It Up)” is any indication of her talent, she certainly should — in order to claim the Kylie Krown, then please, by all means, let her. But until then…

Earn the first Google Image search results. Earn the headlines. Earn the KYLIE.

Kylie Minogue Kiss