In Brooklyn, a massive painting with the message “F--k Cuomo and de Blasio” was created around 1 a.m. Saturday and found on the city's blacktop.

The painting was found on North 15th Street between Wythe Avenue and Banker Street in Williamsburg, during a small business owner protest, The New York Post reported.

“A few partygoers got the idea to paint in huge [letters, using] yellow paint with rollers on North 15th, ‘F–k Cuomo and de Blasio,'” an attendee said.

“It was a big hit," the attendee added. "The crowds cheered, even the cops chuckled.”

The painting was quickly taken down by the city, but pictures of the graphic message gained traction on Twitter.

Employees from the Department of Transportation were seen covering up the message with black paint around 10 p.m. Saturday.

The message was in all caps and spanned the length of the entire block. Similar styled messages were found throughout the city including the “Black Lives Matter” painting that occurred during the summer’s fierce protests over police brutality and racial injustice.

Mayor de Blasio helped in creating the “Black Lives Matter” painting but refused to paint a similar display reading “Blue Lives Matter” in support of cops, which led to de Blasio being sued by two police groups, The Post reported.

City business owners have long spoken out against elected officials’ handling of the coronavirus pandemic and its resulting economic fallout.

A criminal mischief complaint had been filed over the incident and an investigation is ongoing. The NYPD failed to comment on the claim that cops laughed at the painting while doing nothing to stop it, The Post reported.