Donald Glover's Saturday Night Live skit about Kanye West's tweets on U.S. President Donald Trump had the rapper reacting in just emojis.
West's tweets proved to be attention-magnet since his comeback to social media and May 5's SNL sketch is just one which pokes fun at the too-varying messages the rapper airs on his Twitter. The act had musical guest Glover, Kenan Thompson, Beck Bennett, Cecily Strong, and Aidy Bryant, where they did a parody of the hit horror sci-fi John Krasinski-directed film A Quiet Place.
In response to the parody that mocked his tweets, West just used three laughing crying smileys and three fire emojis, as he shared the clip of the SNL skit, aptly called "A Kanye Place." The plot is the same with film, where if the people create any noise, monsters with acute sense of hearing go killing them within the next few seconds.
'SNL' Skit Plot
However, as much as the cast during SNL wanted to keep quiet in the cornfield scene where the group is being followed by a monster, West's tweets made it hard for them to do so. The first one to go was Thompson, who can't help but react to the Yeezy designer's tweet that he would have voted for the blonde mogul.
The next one to be killed by the monster was Strong, who can't believe that Chrissy Teigen and West are still hanging out. Glover got a photo from the baby shower and revealed that Jesse Tyler Ferguson was there, too. Of her reaction, Strong was immediately devoured by the monster.
The remaining cast, Glover, Bryant, and Bennett remained hooked to West's tweets and talked about his music and other controversial issues. But the woman, who was simply too excited for his new songs, played some track loudly as she forgot to put headphones and wondered about the lyrics "poopity scoop," so as expected, the monster took her off.
"Kanye was just on TMZ and he said slavery was a choice," Glover said.
Bennett was the next to go when he reacted to West's tweet that claimed slavery was a choice. Glover was the last man standing, who chose to hide in the bunker as he watched TMZ, where the rapper made some controversial remarks, but he eventually was eaten as well.
This only came amid West's tweet-spree that varies from philosophy to his preference to his love for Trump. But what probably drew the ire of the most was his statement on slavery.
https://t.co/KmvxIwKkU6 — KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) May 6, 2018