Radio NZ leaves listeners in stitches after it plays explicit song following request: ‘I’m so glad my tax dollars paid for this’

New Zealand’s national radio broadcaster RNZ has fallen victim to a stunt pulled by influencer Caleb J Greaves.

The Kiwi-born social media personality, who now lives in Australia, took to Instagram to share how he convinced the station to play a sexually explicit song called ‘Good Lookin’.

The song was recorded by U.S. country star Jake Hill as ‘Dixon Dallas’ in 2023 and describes two men having intercourse.

A video of the song has since gone viral on Tik Tok amassing an eye-watering 20 million views. 

In a video posted to his stories, Greaves describes his prank as ‘potentially the funniest thing to ever happen on New Zealand radio’. 

He also went on to share the announcer’s surprising reaction. 

New Zealand ‘s national radio broadcaster RNZ has fallen victim to a stunt pulled by influencer Caleb J Greaves. Pictured 

The Kiwi-born social media personality, who now lives in Australia, took to Instagram to share how he convinced the station to play a sexually explicit song called 'Good Lookin'. The song was recorded by U.S. country star Jake Hill as 'Dixon Dallas' (pictured) in 2023 and describes two men having intercourse

The Kiwi-born social media personality, who now lives in Australia, took to Instagram to share how he convinced the station to play a sexually explicit song called ‘Good Lookin’. The song was recorded by U.S. country star Jake Hill as ‘Dixon Dallas’ (pictured) in 2023 and describes two men having intercourse 

‘That was probably a good lesson to us to lyric check songs for the jukebox,’ the RNZ DJ said.

Greaves describes RNZ, which is similar to Australia’s ABC, as very ‘serious’ and very ‘newsy’. 

A video of the song has since gone viral on Tik Tok amassing an eye-watering 20 million views

A video of the song has since gone viral on Tik Tok amassing an eye-watering 20 million views 

Followers of Greaves gave their enthusiastic support for prank.

‘I’m so glad my tax dollars paid for this,’ wrote one Kiwi fan.

Added another fan: ‘Classic stitch up. Really brought us all together.’

‘Single greatest thing the New Zealand government has ever paid for,’ added another.

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