Scott Morrison crashed online by cringeworthy video tweet

Scott Morrison has been criticized online for posting a cringeworthy video tweet using a rap song to entice him to show his good side and look like the youth vote

Scott Morrison has been criticized online for posting a cringeworthy video tweet using a rap song to attract young people's vote.

The 30th Prime Minister of Australia posted the video on Twitter on Thursday night with the following caption: "QT was burning today, good job, team.

The video was uploaded with the song & # 39; Be Faithful & # 39; of Fatman Scoop & # 39 ;, which was loaded in 2006, and played when politicians were putting their hands in sync with the lyrics.

Scott Morrison has been criticized online for posting a cringeworthy video tweet using a rap song to entice him to show his good side and look like the youth vote

Scott Morrison has been criticized online for posting a cringeworthy video tweet using a rap song to entice him to show his good side and look like the youth vote

The new Australian Prime Minister posted the video on Twitter on Thursday night with the following caption: QT burned today. Good job, team & # 39;

The new Australian Prime Minister posted the video on Twitter on Thursday night with the following caption: QT burned today. Good job, team & # 39;

The new Australian Prime Minister posted the video on Twitter on Thursday night with the following caption: QT burned today. Good job, team & # 39;

Mr. Morrison posted the 11-second video with the next letter.

& # 39; Oh! Oh! Oh! Oh! Oh! Oh!

You have a hundred dollar bill, raise your hands!

You have a fifty-dollar bill, raise your hands!

& # 39; You have a twenty dollar bill, raise your hands!

& # 39; You have a ten dollar bill, raise your hands! & # 39;

The users of the social networks responded quickly and criticized Mr. Morrison for his tweet

The users of the social networks responded quickly and criticized Mr. Morrison for his tweet

The users of the social networks responded quickly and criticized Mr. Morrison for his tweet

The users of the social networks responded quickly and criticized Mr. Morrison for his tweet.

& # 39; The rapture is upon us? & # 39; one asked and received the answer, & # 39; It seems that … and we thought that Trump's tweets were bad … & # 39;

"I think your Twitter account has been hacked." #auspol, & # 39; another tweeted.

& # 39; Looked at the video and thought it was a spoof account. Nop. We have 13 years of age running the country. Faaaaaaa, "said one.

"It's time for an election, I recognize," wrote another.

A user delivered a burn to the prime minister saying he did not have enough women to reach the second verse of the song

A user delivered a burn to the prime minister saying he did not have enough women to reach the second verse of the song

A user delivered a burn to the prime minister saying he did not have enough women to reach the second verse of the song

A user delivered a burn to the prime minister saying he did not have enough women to reach the second verse of the song.

It's too bad you do not have enough women on your side to get to the 2nd verse … & # 39; Singles! I can not hear you! Single Women! Make noise! Single Women! I can not hear you! Single Women! Make noise! ​​& # 39; she tweeted.

Mr. Morrison has only six women in the cabinet.

Another user also decided to be creative and use the lyrics of the song and ask their own question.

& # 39; Hands up if you want a choice now … & # 39; tweeted.

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