Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani was roasted after tweeting and deleting a tweet that promoted his Cameo page that appeared to have been meant for a select few users.
Cameo, which allows users to access thousands of celebrities and request personalized video messages for any ocassions, has helped many people connect with their favorite personalities.
The video shows Giuliani, who works as an attorney for former President Donald Trump and has tirelessly promoted his lies that the 2020 general election was stolen, inviting users to connect with him if they want to "have a really nice conversation," enjoy a birthday greeting or simply want some golfing tips.
You can watch the video below.
Giuliani realized what he'd done and moved to delete the tweet, but not before it was captured for posterity by swift Twitter users who mocked him immediately.
Giuliani's has occasionally made headlines for high profile gaffes.
He was mocked in 2020 after he mistakenly held a press conference at the firm Four Seasons Total Landscaping instead of at the Four Seasons Hotel at the Comcast Technology Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Giuliani used the event to promote the "Big Lie" that the 2020 general election was stolen and the firm's location–between a crematorium and a sex shop–seemed befitting, so much so that the firm received a huge boost in publicity and has repeatedly leaned into the memes about one of the weirder moments of the election.
Four Seasons Total Landscaping got into the Halloween spirit last year by trolling Giuliani with a rather creative Halloween "costume" when it "dressed up" as the Four Seasons Hotel, taking to Twitter to share a picture of its garage door edited to display the logo of the famous hotel chain.