Hollywood celebrities mock Scott Morrison in a YouTube stunt

A wave of Hollywood celebrities has posted offensive messages to Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, as part of a stunt by an Australian YouTube personality.

Jordan Shanks Markovina, better known as Friendlyjordies online, paid American stars hundreds of dollars to read letters to ScoMo.

Breaking Bad actor Dean Norris—who plays DEA agent Hank Schrader in the award-winning series—recorded a message, while rapper Flavor Flav and TV host Chris Hansen also filmed shouts.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison, left, and actor Breaking Bad Dean Norris.

‘Breaking Bad’ actor Dean Norris gave Scott Morrison a weird shout out. Source: AAP / TIkTok

Mr. Norris begins, “Hi Scomo, Dean Norris a.k.a. Hank Schrader. This letter is here sponsored by the Mineral Council, OK.”

“Now, Scomo, you are the smartest man I have ever met. But you are so stupid that you lost the election 10 months ago.”

The words were part of a proposed script provided by Mr Shanks-Markovina via a website called Cameo, where people could pay celebrities to record a personal message for them.

Mr. Norris’ Cameo offers a custom video for $416.

The Hollywood star likely had no idea who he was talking about, as YouTuber told Norris that ScoMo was running in a student election.

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It also appeared that rapper Flavor Flav had no idea who he was addressing, but pleaded with Mr. Morrison to “stop lying”.

“They say ScoMo is a liar – he lies all the time,” the musician says in the $487 video.

“Scomo, they told me to tell you to stop lying because God does not like liars. ScoMo—liar, liar, pants on wildfires. Can you now stop lying Scomo?”

Rapper Flavor Flav (left) and TV star Chris Hansen

Rapper Flavor Flav (left) and TV star Chris Hansen are both registered with ScoMo. Source: YouTube / friendlyjordies

The rapper admitted he didn’t know the context behind what he was saying, but did offer some predatory words: “Press ScoMo..and don’t lie any more.”

The latest shout came from TV star Chris Hansen, known for a series called To Catch a Predator – showcasing images of secret sting operations targeting online sex offenders.

“Looks like here you’ve been hanging out with this fellow Brian Houston,” Hansen says, probably referring to the founder of Hillsong Church.

“A suspicious character, one of the strange guys you associate with. It’s the kind of behavior that could lead you to meet me in a dark kitchen somewhere for interrogation where no harp will save you.”

He ended the message by telling ScoMo to “find some better characters to hang out with.”

Mr. Hansen was paid $103 to shoot the video.

The clip was posted on YouTube on Thursday and garnered more than 200,000 views in 24 hours.

“Making celebrities talk some shit about Scomo? Describing the video as ‘art,’” one viewer said, one viewer said it was by the gods.

Another said, “We should all appreciate how much Jordi spent on these things just for fun.”

“This has made my whole week, so it’s pretty good. I’m still dying,” another laughed.

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