Published: Sat, September 15, 2018
People | By Leon Thompson

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

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

Mr Morrison's choice for the Wentworth candidate was roundly rejected and instead the party chose David Sharma, who was supported by Mr Turnbull and former prime minister John Howard.

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

But while Morrison's initial tweet was deleted, it was recorded by a bloke called Nick Schadegg, whose reposting of the video has clocked up more than 8000 views since Thursday night. "/ You got a ten dollar bill, get your hands up!"

Given that "Be Faithful" also features lyrics like "Who fuckin' tonight?". Morrison praised his colleagues for being "on fire today" in the 11-second-video's caption.

The use of the song has got tongues wagging on Twitter, and most people are very confused.

'All the chickenheads. Be quiet!

But social media users widely expressed puzzlement over its accompanying song - Be Faithful, by U.S. artist Fatman Scoop.

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Since deleting the weird post, Morrison told his followers, "The full lyrics of the song used in my earlier video from QT today were just not OK".

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

Despite the video being deleted from all of Mr Morrison's accounts, social media users retained the clip and it remains easily accessible on Twitter.

"But it's quite clear that that's not a song that's on my playlist and I think I might stick to my regular playlist, that they might pick songs from in the future". Nope. We have at 13 year old running the country. 'Single ladies! I can't hear ya!

Mr Morrison has only six women in cabinet.

The song has several explicit lyrics.

'Hands up if you want an election now.,' he tweeted.

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