In an attempt to shame former President Donald Trump and win back black voters, President Joe Biden’s Tik-Tok account shared a controversial video. However, the plan backfired, sparking criticism from many Tik-Tok users.

In the controversial video, an unidentified female influencer was seen telling a false story about the former president. The story involves a former producer coming forward to claim Trump used a racial slur during the filming of Season 1 of the reality TV show “The Apprentice.”

The influencer also tried to discredit Trump and falsely accused the former president of being a lifelong racist. The video went viral with over 1.4 million views and 1,000 comments, with many comments about complaints unrelated to the video.

Trump spokesman Steven Cheung debunked the false claims, noting that they were fabricated.

“This is a completely fabricated story that was already peddled in 2016. Nobody took it seriously then, and they won’t now because it’s fake news,” Chueng said.

Biden’s attempt to discredit Trump comes a few days after the former president joined Tik-Tok.

“It’s my honor,” Trump said in his 13-second launch video, which features Ultimate Fighting Championship CEO Dana White, who declared that the president is now on TikTok.

According to the Associated Press, Trump’s campaign spoke about the decision to join TikTok, adding that it represents a continued outreach to a younger audience to prevent anti-Trump narratives.

“We will leave no front undefended, and this represents the continued outreach to a younger audience consuming pro-Trump and anti-Biden content,” Cheung said in a statement. “There’s no place better than a UFC event to launch President Trump’s TikTok, where he received a hero’s welcome and thousands of fans cheered him on.”

The launch video, which already had more than two million likes by Sunday afternoon, features clips from Trump’s attendance at the UFC match. The former president attended the UFC 302 match on Saturday, where he was treated to a warm reception and a standing ovation by fans.

Currently, the video has amassed 76.5 million views. Trump’s account already has over four million followers, more than that of the Biden-Harris HQ account, which has just 353.5 thousand followers.