Australian Prime Minister apologises for tweeting Fatman Scoop song

'Just not OK': Scott Morrison's unusual hip hop Twitter blunder

Scott Morrison Is Getting Absolutely Roasted For Posting Then Deleting A Terrible Meme

On Thursday, Mr Morrison posted an 11-second clip of Question Time that showed Coalition MPs raising their hands in unison to Fatman Scoop's track Be Faithful. In the caption, Mr Morrison praised his colleagues as being "on fire today".

However, it didn't take long before some people started pointing out other less innocent lyrics from that song, including explicit references and swearing.

The tweet was shared widely online and the prime minister was slammed for his use of lyrics and suggestions the post could have been illegal. / You got a fifty dollar bill, get your hands up!

While it is unlikely Morrison would have played any role in choosing the soundtrack or even considering what objective the clip might have served, the freaky post will raise questions about his staffing arrangements and if his team is equipped for the job of working in the Prime Minister's office following his sudden promotion to the job.

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Scott Morrison's freaky Twitter video.

'You got a ten dollar bill, get your hands up!'

We get it guys, you make way to much money for doing very little work.

It was overlaid with a snippet from rapper Fatman Scoop's hit Be Faithful.

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Curiosity surrounding the video turned to ridicule as social media users posted the full lyrics to the song, which includes the phrase "who fuckin' tonight?".

"I think people think Australians think politicians can take themselves a bit too seriously at times".

'Is the rapture upon us?' one asked and received the response, 'Looks like it.and we thought Trump's tweets were bad'.

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