SNL star Pete Davidson joins hand with rapper Gunna for a new SNL rap song. The Saturday Night Live came back with a bang on April 2. The show was yesterday joined by Jerrod Carmichael as a host and rapper Gunna as the musical guest.
Nothing can top other than Pete Davidson rapping skills. It was SNL season 27 getting back the swing and indeed, the sketches were strong. But talking about Pete, he traded verses with SNL musicla guest Gunna about their preference for short movies over the long.
So, it got started with Pete coming into the frame with trendy black rectangular sun glasses. Along with bandana pants and all ready with expressions speaking millions of words. Going on to rap about how shorter movies are much better than long ones. Pete and Gunna shouted out some of their favorite picks from Driving Miss Daisy to Austin Powers.
This video also features other cast members including- Chris Redd and a surprise appearance from Simon Rex, the actor whose performance in Sean Baker‘s Red Rocket due rave reviews and accolades this awards season.
But star of night was Pete and Gunna’s rap. It entirely linked up and stood beyond. The show also featured Jerrod’s hilarious monologue to the long-overdue return of ‘Weekend Update,’ it was clear Jerrod, Gunna, and the whole cast had been more than ready to bring their funny business back onstage. Gunna performed two soulful songs from his new album in addition to dropping some lines for the hilarious sketch.
Jerrod Stole The Show
Despite being the night of fun and laughs, Jerrod Carmichael took the host reins. On April 2, Jerrod appeared for the first time in public after he came out as a gay in his show. The 34 years old in his brand new show ‘Rothaniel‘ claimed to be the gay man for the first time. He hilariously embodying characters from a frustrated dollmaker to an unlucky Oscar’s “seat filler.
He spotted in a rocking suit with low-cut white jacket. Showing of his golden chain and a matching pair of tailored pants. He came onstage and immediately addressed the moment in his recent special where he publicly came out as gay for the first time…by not addressing it.