AceShowbiz - Kanye West became the butt of a joke in the Saturday, December 3 episode of "Saturday Night Live". In the latest outing of the hit NBC comedy show, Colin Jost went off on the Yeezy designer after the latter declared his love for Adolf Hitler.
"Well, you guys are not going to believe this, but Alex Jones and Kanye West got together this week and it didn't go great," Colin said during "Weekend Update" segment. He's referring to Ye's appearance on the conspiracy theorist's show "Infowars" earlier this week.
Colin later noted that the rapper/designer made more antisemitic comments and at one point declared "I like Hitler" which he dubbed "the password he used to get into Mar-a-Lago."
"At this point, I don't think Kanye is off his meds so much as he's immune to them," Colin continued. "We're basically dealing with the Omicron variant of Kanye. We thought he would fade away, but now we realize we may have to deal with the brain fog of long-haul Kanye."
He added, "What I don't understand about this Kanye stuff is if Jews do control the media then how are we still seeing a new interview with Kanye every day? Also, if Jews controlled the media, explain the 80-foot Christmas tree outside of NBC."
Later on the segment, Colin addressed Ye's divorce settlement with ex-wife Kim Kardashian. "I'm going to go out on a limb and guess that she may be had an easier time finding a good lawyer," he joked.
Elsewhere in the episode, the cast members of "SNL" as well as host Keke Palmer clowned Drake for his notorious dating life. Called "Drake PSA", the skit featured women talking on screen about their experiences with Drizzy. As they called themselves the "United Tingz of Aubrey," they urged women to join their organization and condemned the rapper for profiting off of writing about them on songs.
"Are you a woman? Have you ever dated the rapper Drake?" they asked. "Have you ever met Drake at a party, talked on Instagram, or even made flirty eye contact with him at a restaurant?"
"For too long, we have witnessed Aubrey 'Drake' Graham write hit after hit about women who have wronged him," cast member Chloe Fineman's character said on behalf of thousands of women. "Only to earn millions of dollars."
Ego Nwodim's character Courtney claimed left Drake a voicemail about a car payment and it ended up as an interlude on the rapper's album. Keke, meanwhile, complained how the Canadian star's hit song "In My Feelings" "ruined" her life.
"That 'Kiki do you love me?' song ruined my damn life," the actress angrily yelled. "That man had the whole internet asking if I was the Kiki. Well, yes I an the Keke, just not that Kiki. It was my name first. Stop acting like we smashed and give me my damn $6 million."