MIAMI – When South Florida's homegrown superstar Pitbull first hit the spotlight, he was known as "Mr. 305."
As his legend grew, Pitbull graduated on to "Mr. Worldwide."
Now, after an unfortunate tweet, his nickname might as well be "Mr. Oh No He Didn't."
Like many, the singer took to Twitter on Memorial Day to share his admiration for those who sacrificed their lives for our country.
Only problem is, Pitbull put Pitbull front and center instead of those who actually paid the ultimate sacrifice.
For some odd reason, the rapper-singer superimposed his own smiling face on the American flag instead of, you know, a member of any military branch.
The blow back was almost instantaneous as the entertainer was inundated with never-ending mockery.
We'll never forget your sacrifice, Private Pitbull.— Cabot Phillips (@cabot_phillips) May 29, 2017
Because of you we have the freedom to dance to crappy music 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸
No one loves Pitbull more than Pitbull loves Pitbull.— Nick Carraway, OBE (@_Silence_Dogood) May 29, 2017
Cuz who can forget when Pitbull stormed the beaches of Normandy. https://t.co/kQRr6y8n60— spooky scary steleven (@EvenStevenKane) May 29, 2017
Remember those that made ultimate sacrifice— Jeff McCarthy (@jeff1508) May 29, 2017
* puts own face on flag