Moment YouTuber dressed in scrubs performs ‘Covid rap’ in front of Dallas City Hall officials

This is the bizarre moment a YouTuber dressed in scrubs performed a cringeworthy ‘Covid rap’ to Texas city hall members and sprayed himself in hand sanitizer.

Alex Stein left Dallas City Hall officials completely gobsmacked after performing a satirical ‘Covid rap’ at an open microphone session on Wednesday morning. 

Peculiar video footage shows Stein, who is a frequent speaker at City Council open mics, launching into a ‘Covid rap’, which includes lines such as ‘vaccinate me in my thong’ and ‘vaccination freak-a-leek’.

In the clip, a voice is heard introducing ‘Alexander Stein’ before the YouTuber walks down and stands in front of politicians wearing a face mask and blue scrubs.

Alex Stein left Dallas City Hall officials completely gobsmacked after performing a satirical ‘Covid rap’ at an open microphone session (pictured) on Wednesday morning

Introducing himself, he says: ‘My name’s Alex Stein, I’m here today because we gotta vaccinate our children, you know we really don’t have enough vaccines, like they’re not mandatory, and that’s the problem, we’ve gotta mandate these vaccines.’

Stein, whose mother is understood to have died from Covid age 60 in October, then goes on to say that he has found a way to make the subject of vaccines more ‘hip and cool’.

After having technical difficulties with his phone, which was meant to play a song alongside his rap, Stein decides to perform the satirical pro-vaccination rap acapella.

Stein, who is known for his skits and pranks, begins his cringeworthy rap with the line, ‘will the real Dr Fauci please stand up?’, copying Eminem’s famous song The Real Slim Shady.

In the two-minute long rap, Stein spits bars such as ‘vaccinate your babies, vaccinate them, even if they have rabies’, ‘vaccinate your DNA, vaccine created by the CIA’ and ‘you gonna get corona from Mona’.

At one point, Stein, also known as Prime Time #99 Alex Stein, grabs a bottle of hand sanitizer and squirts it all over his head before rubbing it into his hair and face.

Peculiar video footage shows Stein launch into a 'Covid rap', which includes lines such as 'vaccinate me in my thong' and 'vaccination freak-a-leek'

Peculiar video footage shows Stein launch into a ‘Covid rap’, which includes lines such as ‘vaccinate me in my thong’ and ‘vaccination freak-a-leek’

At one point, Stein grabs a bottle of hand sanitizer and squirts it all over his head before rubbing it into his hair and face

At one point, Stein grabs a bottle of hand sanitizer and squirts it all over his head before rubbing it into his hair and face

He then uses wet wipes to clean the microphone before wiping them across his forehead and spinning the cloths around in his hands while dancing.

Stein, who reportedly describes himself as a conspiracy theorist, ends his bizarre song by telling City Hall officials to ‘follow my Instagram’.

Speaking about the rap to the Daily Dot, former stand-up comedian Stein said he went to the open microphone session and ‘played the buffoon’.

He told the publication: ‘I was really trying to be cringe and trying to be stupid.’

Stein insisted he is not trying to be hurtful with his videos and said he understands how deadly Covid-19 can be, as his mother died of the virus age 60 in October. 

He said he saw a TikTok dancing video that a nurse had made while he was visiting his mother in the intensive care unit, which he described as ‘a little insensitive’.

Stein also said his political views don’t fit neatly into a box and said that the ‘right is just as crazy as the left’, saying he believes people should be free to make their own medical choices.

Stein (pictured), who reportedly describes himself as a conspiracy theorist, ends his bizarre song by telling City Hall officials to 'follow my Instagram'

Stein (pictured), who reportedly describes himself as a conspiracy theorist, ends his bizarre song by telling City Hall officials to ‘follow my Instagram’

Stein said his political views don't fit neatly into a box and said that the 'right is just as crazy as the left', saying he believes people should be free to make their own medical choices

Stein said his political views don’t fit neatly into a box and said that the ‘right is just as crazy as the left’, saying he believes people should be free to make their own medical choices

In 2012, Stein attempted to become 'the most epic villain in the history of reality TV' on ABC's The Glass House in 2012, listing his housemates' flaws before he was eliminated

In 2012, Stein attempted to become ‘the most epic villain in the history of reality TV’ on ABC’s The Glass House in 2012, listing his housemates’ flaws before he was eliminated

He told Daily Dot that he is a conspiracy theorist who believes the world is run by multinational corporations, claiming that is why pharmaceutical companies are profiting from the Covid vaccine. 

Stein made a name for himself as he attempted to become ‘the most epic villain in the history of reality TV’ on ABC’s The Glass House in 2012, listing his housemates’ flaws before he was eliminated.

More recently, he has turned to making satirical YouTube videos and doing pranks and skits, one of which saw him dress up in a The Handmaid’s Tale costume.

One of his schticks involves delivering satirical public comments at government meetings, like he did in Dallas, and he has previously claimed to be a Halliburton employee paralyzed in Iraq at a community police oversight board meeting. 

Stein said he is already planning to go back to Dallas City Hall with backup dancers and a ‘huge’ boombox, after technical difficulties left him singing without music.

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk

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