James Corden, Shaggy Mock White House With ‘It Wasn’t Me’ Parody

James Corden swapped his Carpool Karaoke for some White House karaoke Wednesday night with a pitch-perfect parody of Shaggy’s “It Wasn’t Me” mocking special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.

The “Late Late Show” host recruited Shaggy himself to help film the video, and the duo played Mueller and Trump respectively.

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The sketch made fun of Mueller’s investigation into Russia.

“Special counsel got you sweatin’ like crazy, tweeting that it’s a witch hunt,” Corden’s Mueller sings to a frantic Trump. “Have a seat, got some questions ’bout Russia, evidence you should confront.”

Shaggy’s blond commander-in-chief repeatedly declares his innocence with the song’s signature “It wasn’t me!” as he tweets from the toilet and noshes on McDonald’s.

The tune also includes shout outs to Stormy Daniels, the porn star with whom Trump allegedly had an affair, and the pee tape, which may or may not exist.

The video ends with Trump in handcuffs, and with a knock at oft-forgotten youngest daughter Tiffany.

Shaggy played Trump, while Corden played Mueller.

“Don’t worry (about your family), they’re coming — Don Jr., Ivanka, Tiffany,” Mueller reassures him.

 “Tiffany? Who the hell is Tiffany?” Trump responds.

Source: James Corden, Shaggy mock White House with ‘It Wasn’t Me’ parody – NY Daily News

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