At this point, anything Kanye West throws up, blows up. And not the way it did back in the days. Just when we figured things couldn’t get any more bizarre, the White House visit occurred. While a few people are still legitimately scratching their heads, and thinking about how we got to this point, the great people at Saturday Night Live are putting forth a more affable way to deal with the frenzy. The show’s introduction on Oct. 13 included a happy parody of the wacky Oval Office visit.
The spoof features SNL cast member, Chris Redd, assuming the job of Ye, while Keenan Thompson and Alec Baldwin are Jim Brown and President Trump, respectively. The fake Ye offers absurd thoughts like the real White House visit. Even the voice in Trump’s head agrees that Yeezy is out of whack, and Brown hilariously contemplates there.
Coincidentally, it was Kanye West’s appearance on Saturday Night Live recently that reignited his open Trump endorsement. The Make America Great Again hat-loving rapper professed his undying love for POTUS and ranted about being “bullied” for wearing the controversial hat. “They bully me. They bullied me backstage. They told me don’t go out there with that hat on. They bullied me,” he snapped. “And they say I’m in the sunken place. You wanna see the sunken place? OK, Ima listen to y’all now. I almost put my Super Man cape on, cause this means you can’t tell me what to do. Follow your heart and stop following your mind.”
SNL cast part, Pete Davidson, has since called ‘Ye an ass for the manner in which he acted. Swizz Beatz has a new songs that gives us insight on where he stands in the situation.
Meanwhile, Kanye is in Uganda finishing up his Yandhi collection in a great outside studio and fuming about mind control.
Look at the SNL spoof below: