It’s not been a great week for David Cameron – he even said as much himself.
On Thursday, the British Prime Minister admitted he profited from his father’s offshore trust after the Panama papers leak, Jimmy Carr threw a bunch of shade at him, reports today suggest he got a £200,000 gift from his mum which may not have been taxed, and hundreds of thousands of people called for him to resign as PM, first online and then in a massive protest outside Downing Street yesterday.
Unfortunately, things are only going from bad to worse for Davey Boy, as social media users everywhere continue to troll the big man relentlessly on Twitter.
Honestly, we didn’t think it could get any better than the response to #PigGate, but this new hashtag definitely runs that one pretty damn close.
Twitter users have been having a great time mocking Cameron’s financial arrangements using the hashtag #CameronTaxSongs to creatively demonstrate how the PM has made a complete pig’s ear of this whole tax business.
Here’s a selection of the best Davey Cameron tax-avoidance based tunes:
"When I find myself in times of trouble,Advertisement
Mother Mary comes to me,
With a cheque for £200,000,
Let it be"
— Mr Omega 3 (@MrOmega3) April 10, 2016
— Nadeem Ahmed (@Muqadaam) April 10, 2016
Like a Virgin Isle, taxed for the very first time. #CameronTaxSongs
— Jamie Lee-Hill (@JamieLeeHill2) April 10, 2016
#CameronTaxSongs 🎵🎶 Daddy was a tax dodger, but he never hurt nobody, he just loved to live that way – & he loved to steal your money 🎵🎶
— 🐺 Jo 48%er ❄️ (@noush555) April 10, 2016
I will do anything for love…but I won't do VAT #CameronTaxSongs
— liam (@addisonsyang) April 10, 2016
Cut my tax into pieces, I'll hide my money offshore… #CameronTaxSongs
— Joe Charman 🤘🏻 (@joecharman) April 10, 2016
You pay it best, when you pay nothing at all. #CameronTaxSongs
— Dean Williams (@DeanWilliams89) April 10, 2016
#camerontaxsongs My money lies over the ocean, my money lies over the sea. My money lies over the ocean, won't bring back my money to thee.
— Daragh O Brien (@daraghobrien) April 10, 2016
Obviously, that pig got a cheeky mention or two…
"Hush, little piggy, don't you cry. One day you'll be an off shore pie."#CameronTaxSongsAdvertisement
— Thomas Hemingford (@THemingford) April 10, 2016
But, of course, not everyone got into the spirit of things…
#CameronTaxSongs show how many people don't actually know the details and facts of investments in general and the taxes associated
— Angus Gillan (@angusfgillan) April 10, 2016