London rapper Professor Green has added to the growing number of memes, sketches and songs satirising British Prime Minister Boris Johnson with his new single Dance Like A Tory.

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Green released the track in response to the parties scandal that has engulfed Downing Street and led to calls for Johnson's resignation, reports the NME.

In the video for the song, Green, whose real name Stephen Manderson, takes on the role of Johnson at a coronavirus press conference.

Dance Like A Tory is described as "a playful prod at the privileged politicians who believed that they’re too important to follow the very rules that they made". It arrives with a tongue-in-cheek video in which Pro Green takes on the role of Johnson at a coronavirus press conference.

The song features the rap, "It’s popping off on Downing Street/My favourite restaurant just closed down/The doors to 338 are closed/While Number 10 gets down/Ain’t a party, it’s a work event."

He adds: "Nobody cared about care homes, they should’ve all been in their homes / Instead they were all 'round Boris’, all getting down with their Doris."

Announcing the release of the song on Twitter, Professor Green said, "Happy belated birthday, Boris."

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