In a tweet which has been deleted, Pharoah wrote, 'Hader, Armisen and Sudekis the talent of those three and just them as people in general will be missed but we will be strong and carry on.'
"Saturday Night Live" may be losing not only two, but three of its funniest comedians at a time. After Bill Hader and Fred Armisen publicly bid farewell on the show's season finale, Jason Sudeikis is possibly leaving the show, too.
Cast member Jay Pharoah fueled the rumor with his tweet which read, "Hader, Armisen & Sudekis the talent of those three and just them as people in general will be missed but we will be strong and carry on.." He, however, quickly deleted it.
A representative for "SNL" and Sudeikis has not responded to the report. Sudeikis had been considering leaving the NBC variety series since last season, before agreeing to stay on the show "at least until January" this year.
"SNL" executive producer Lorne Michaels recently said when asked about Armisen and Sudeikis' future on the show, "I've said what I wanted to say to both. You never keep anybody there who doesn't want to be there, and there is a right time to leave, but it's more about where they are in their lives."