If they had, they'd know it contained lyrics such as "To all my n****s that they hit it from the back / Who want to have sex with no strings attached?" as well as a section where Scoop just shouts "Who fuckin' tonight?" over and over again. "You gotta ten dollar bill put your hands up".
Mr Morrison proceeded to delete the video following the backlash and apologised for the song choice.More news: Tesla pulls 2 paint colors to 'simplify manufacturing'
While it is unlikely Morrison would have played any role in choosing the soundtrack or even considering what goal the clip might have served, the freakish 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.
'All the chickenheads. Be quiet!
"The full lyrics of the song used in my earlier video from QT today were just not OK".
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Social media users were quick to reply and slam Mr Morrison for his tweet.
"Well s-t...looks like we will have a new PM in the morning", one person responded.
'Watched the video and figured this was a parody account. Single ladies! Make noise!
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However, the other lyrics of the song proved contentious.