Fatman Scoop Ft. ScoMo -- It's Happening
What a 24 hours it has been.
UPDATE: ScoMo wants to meet Fatman Scoop.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has replied to Fatman Scoop, after the American rapper asked to meet him later this year.
"Definitely keen for R&B Fridays, @fatmanscoop. Btw, probably best to send me the PG radio version next time." Morrison tweeted.
If things go to plan, Morrison will be joining Fatman Scoop on stage at the RnB Fridays festival in November.
Morrison also requested to be sent a "PG radio version" of the song -- we didn't know that was a thing.
In a strange turn of events, Fatman Scoop has come out in support of Scott Morrison.
The legendary U.S. rapper, real name Isaac Freeman III, took to social media to praise the Prime Minister for using his song 'Be Faithful' in a Twitter post on Thursday.
He called it "humbling" for his music to be used in a video by the "highest offices of Australian Government", and joked Morrison was probably hitting the clubs when the song was at peak popularity.
"I also thought it was an attempt to reach out to a younger audience. As well as the fact that when my song was really ROCKING Scott was probably in the CLUBS! Hahahahaha!" he said on Instagram.
Fatman Scoop went even further, inviting Morrison to join him on stage at the RNB Fridays festival in November, where he is performing -- and talk politics afterwards.
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"I am inviting @scottmorrisonmp to come to R&B Fridays @rnbfridayslive as my guest in November to watch, dance, and after in the backstage area discuss politics with me," he said.
Fatman Scoop also took a swipe at his own country's President, saying the "bar was very low" for U.S. leaders, and defended the lyrics.
"People! Its a fun PARTY SONG that has no NEGATIVITY or HARM in it!! This used to be the same way(politically correct) that presidents were in the USA but as u can see the bar for a US President being politically correct is VERY LOW!"
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