Acadiana's own  Bryson Bernard, also known as Cupid, has had a lot of success here at home, and nationally - especially with his wildly popular 'Cupid Shuffle'. But I bet he never thought in a million years that it would be at the center of a nation wide scandal involving the IRS.

From CBS News: After Rep. Charles Boustany (R-La.), chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee Oversight Subcommittee, requested all taxpayer-funded videos produced by the IRS following the outrage stirred by previous video spoofs of Star Trek and Gilligan's Island, the IRS released another video on Friday showing employees learning how to dance and providing commentary. How ironic that it's a song that originated in Boustany's home state of Louisiana! By the way, The video cost us, the hard working taxpayers, a cool $1,600.

Check out the video below