The 22-year-old singer made fun of the complaint made by a mother and father in who pulled their children from a choir showcase in Michigan, because they thought the lyrics to 'Live While We're Young' were too explicit for them to sing.
Louis took to Twitter and defended the lyrics ''tonight let's get some, and live while we're young'' by posting: ''Dear Mr and Mrs Stone, I'm deeply saddened by your complaint to Chelsea High School regarding our lyrics (sic).''
He added: ''I hope the two of you 'get some' very soon :) #cryingparents. (sic).''
The cheeky response sent Twitter into meltdown and the post was retweeted by more than 70,000 people.
The parents had previously sent a letter to the Chelsea School District and also claimed the line, 'Don't let the pictures leave your phone', made reference to sexting photographs.
They insisted the song ''violated the district's policy for sexual innuendos'' and called for it to be taken out of the choir performance.
Louis has been spending his time off playing for the reserve squad for his hometown soccer team Doncaster Rovers Returns.
The album is the first in history to chart without selling a single copy.
The musician passed away while performing with his band OHM in LA.
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