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Queensland Instagram influencers wing along to a rap song with the N-word in cringeworthy video

Cringeworthy leaked video shows Queensland Instagram models twerking and singing along to a rap song with the N-word

A group of prominent Instagram models have been left red-faced this week after a regrettable video of them dancing and singing the N-word surfaced online.

The video shows a gaggle of Queensland influencers including Alex Prout, Olivia Hunt, and Michael Finch dancing, twerking and screaming out the lyrics to Nicki Minaj’s hit song Only.

In one clip, the group shouts the lyrics: ‘F**k with them real n****s who don’t tell n****s what they up to.’

Oh dear: The video shows a gaggle of Queensland influencers including Alex Prout, Olivia Hunt, and Michael Finch singing the lyrics to Nicki Minaj's hit song Only

Embarrassing: A group of Instagram models have been left red-faced after a regrettable video of them dancing and singing the N-word was posted to a Celeb Spellcheck copycat account

The video was originally uploaded by Instagram model Olivia Hunt, who has since switched her account to private.  

On Sunday, Celeb Spellcheck’s copycat page re-posted the video alongside the snarky caption: ‘@michaelfinch Find new friends. @olivia_huntt @alexprout’. 

Many of the page’s followers mocked the influencers for their cringeworthy antics, with one commenting: ‘This is embarrassing.’  

Cringeworthy: The video was originally uploaded by Instagram model Olivia Hunt (right) who has since switched her page to private

Cringeworthy: The video was originally uploaded by Instagram model Olivia Hunt (right) who has since switched her page to private 

'Find new friends': Celeb Spellcheck's copycat page re-posted the video alongside the snarky caption: '@michaelfinch Find new friends. @olivia_huntt @alexprout'

‘Find new friends’: Celeb Spellcheck’s copycat page re-posted the video alongside the snarky caption: ‘@michaelfinch Find new friends. @olivia_huntt @alexprout’

‘It’s the dancing for me. Thinking they are killing it. Just no,’ another added.  

It comes one month after the administrator behind the original Celeb Spellcheck quietly rebooted her page, despite claiming she was ‘retiring’ on April 11. 

The hugely popular account was created several years ago, with the intention of mocking celebrities for making typos in sponsored Instagram posts. 

Guess who's back?  It comes one month after the administrator behind the original Celeb Spellcheck quietly rebooted her page, despite claiming she was 'retiring' on April 11. Pictured: Stock image

Guess who’s back?  It comes one month after the administrator behind the original Celeb Spellcheck quietly rebooted her page, despite claiming she was ‘retiring’ on April 11. Pictured: Stock image 

History: Celeb Spellcheck began a few years ago as an account making fun of poor spelling on sponsored Instagram posts

History: Celeb Spellcheck began a few years ago as an account making fun of poor spelling on sponsored Instagram posts

But it later transformed into a platform for holding influencers to account for their lies and irresponsible behaviour.  

Due to the nature of its content, Celeb Spellcheck was publicly criticised by a number of influencers, including the likes of Love Island star Tayla Damir and Big Brother alumnus Skye Wheatley.  

The admin has denied bullying the influencers she features, saying: ‘This page is meant to be lighthearted and fun.’ 

‘I have definitely posted things in the past that I’m not proud of, but I do try to never cross the line.’   

Called out: It has since become a platform for holding influencers to account for their lies and irresponsible behaviour. Pictured, Nicole Richie (left) and Paris Hilton (right)

Called out: It has since become a platform for holding influencers to account for their lies and irresponsible behaviour. Pictured, Nicole Richie (left) and Paris Hilton (right)

Criticism: Love Island star Tayla Damir and Skye Wheatley (pictured) were among the celebrities who were highly-critical of the account

Criticism: Love Island star Tayla Damir and Skye Wheatley (pictured) were among the celebrities who were highly-critical of the account

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