Unless you're living in outer space, you're bound to have used emojis in one of your online conversations.

However, according to Kuwaiti cleric Khaled Al Kharaz, if you're Muslim, it's best that you avoid the use of the animated features.

The cleric made a statement against the use of emojis in an article published in Al Anbaa newspaper earlier this week. The feature saw several Muslim scholars weigh in on the matter.

While many thought there was nothing wrong with it, Al Kharaz said it's uncalled for, adding that because emojis didn't exist at the time of the Prophet, they can't be part of Islamic teachings.

His specific statement, however, caught the attention of Kuwaiti tweeps, sending them into a hilarious meltdown of the sorts...

It all started when the cleric's statement started circulating on Twitter...

And people just couldn't even with it...

"Enough with this." 

No really, no one was having any of it...

Tweeps had the most hilarious responses...

"If I have nothing to do and you ask me to start talking." 

"When you order a religious edict from Namshi"

Sarcasm at its best...

"An Islamic emoji just for you sheikh"

The trolling was endless...

"It's also best to avoid shawarma since it didn't exist in the Prophet's era. Plus its flavor blows the mind away, so it must be seen as alcohol."

"Twitter also didn't exist in the Prophet's era... why don't you delete it then?"

Meme responses to the statement were all over Twitter...

And they were just right on point...

"OK"

"Astagfirullah"

The best response... 🤫