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Australia PM apologises over use of ‘explicit’ song

Australia PM apologises over use of ‘explicit’ song

"It's a humbling experience to be recognised by a high official (either Scott or his people thought of me)".

However, it didn't take long before some people started pointing out other less innocent lyrics from that song, including explicit references and swearing.

Mr Morrison accepted the invitation on Twitter and said he was "definitely keen".

'I don't have to agree with your policies but we can have spirited debate about them and you can attempt to walk me through why you think like that, ' he said. 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.

But the post was ridiculed as "bizarre" by people online.

Former Fairfax journalist Mike Carlton stated that editing any sound or vision of parliament is not permitted.

The tweet was deleted about four hours after it was posted, and Mr Morrison apologised. In the caption, Mr Morrison praised his colleagues as being "on fire today".

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'Oh! oh! oh! oh! oh! oh!

If you got a $100 bill put your hand up.

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

'All the chickenheads. Be quiet!

'When I found out, I asked the team to take it down.

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

"Well s-t...looks like we will have a new PM in the morning", one person responded.