Labour has hilariously trolled the Tories with a spoof Spotify Wrapped playlist.
Top songs of the past ten years include "Selling off the NHS" and "Failure to take action on Grenfell" by artists David Cameron, Theresa May and Boris Johnson.
Your 2019 wrapped. #spotifywrapped2019 https://t.co/DCF4uuskuC— The Labour Party (@The Labour Party) 1575568800
The spoof comes after Spotify made playlists of users' top songs of the last decade.
The UK has been listening to 'austerity' on toryfi for the past ten years on Labour's version.
Some people were living for it.
@UKLabour Whoever is running your social media account needs a raise— a ᴺᵒ¹ nyoomfi stan account⁷🇳🇬 (@a ᴺᵒ¹ nyoomfi stan account⁷🇳🇬) 1575583575
@itsamydarling @UKLabour https://t.co/2TX5XwiNTg— lil gremlin boy (@lil gremlin boy) 1575569074
@UKLabour I think I’ve found the best tweet of 2019.— Luke Chambers (@Luke Chambers) 1575568971
But not everyone was a fan.
@UKLabour I glanced at the content and assumed this was some troll account; it's disappointing to see it's Labour's… https://t.co/ZNjIO3jVGN— Richard Leader (@Richard Leader) 1575569050
@UKLabour This is the worst thing I have ever seen. Please stop and campaign properly. There’s a country at risk here.— Moth Hunter 💙 (@Moth Hunter 💙) 1575569595
But Labour aren't the only party to jump on a popular meme during their campaign. Who can forget when the Conservatives' YouTube channel posted seventy-two minutes of 'boriswave'?
Labour got in more digs at Boris Johnson under 'quotes to define your decade' which included 'Muslim women "look like letterboxes" and working class men are "drunk, criminal, aimless and feckless".
They also quote Jacob Rees-Mogg saying Grenfell victims "lack common sense" and Dominic Raab saying "feminists are obnoxious bigots".
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