Scott Morrison Deletes And Apologises For Excruciatingly Bad Video
If you got a $100 bill put your hand up.
In just some incredible areas from the new Prime Minister, Scott Morrison has taken down and apologised for a deeply awkward video posted to his socials, where he quite literally asked his party to "put your hands up".
The video showed Morrison rousing his side of parliament, asking his MPs -- not all of whom were happy about it -- to put their hands up, as Fatman Scoop's iconic 2002 banger Be Faithful requests.
However excruciating you think this video is -- double it.
Reactions to the video were only mixed in the sense that some people thought the government was being run by teenagers, while others were confused as to why the PM would post a video that included the lyrics: "Who fuckin' tonight? Who fuckin' tonight? Who fuckin' tonight? Oh! Oh!". We want to make it clear that no one thought this was good.
Within hours, Morrison had deleted the video and tweeted an apology.
"The full lyrics of the song used in my earlier video from QT today were just not okay," he said. "When I found out, I asked the team to take it down. Apologies."
And thus, the Dorky Dad logged off.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison is (at least trying to be) down with the kids.
On Thursday night, Morrison posted a video of Question Time on Twitter -- backed with the iconic Fatman Scoop song 'Be Faithful'.
Captioned "QT was on fire today ? Good work, team", the video shows the Coalition raising their hands in time with the lyrics "Put your hands up."
But for those who aren't familiar with the 2001 banger, the rest of the lyrics deal with promiscuous sex and offensive language.
The use of the song has got tongues wagging on Twitter, and most people are very confused.