‘SNL”s Hilarious ‘Rap Song’ Parody Boasts Too Many Guest Features [VIDEO]
Saturday Night Live pokes fun at hit songs like DJ Khaled’s “I’m the One” (featuring Justin Bieber, Chance the Rapper, Quavo and Lil Wayne) and other rap songs that feature just way too many guest features.
In “Rap Song,” Kenan Thompson plays rapper Big Chris who enlists a few of his friends - rappers Shantasia and Yung Bitch - to join him on the track. However, it gets problematic when Dwayne Johnson’s King Keef and his Hoodlum squad continue to interrupt Chris because they want to jump on the song as well.
Among the rappers who want to make a cameo on the track include, Tom Hanks’ David S. Pumpkins, Kate McKinnon's Pregnasty, Michael Che and Colin Jost's 2 Black Guyz and Cecily Strong's Hawt Clown. Pop singer Katy Perry and Aidy Bryant's Kathleen Bell also appear on the song as well.
Big Chris allows the rappers to stay on the song just as long as they can "keep it orderly and find a place to pop in." The end result is 16 different rappers spitting rhymes at the same time and no one getting a coherent word in.
"That did not work. Like I feared, there's too many people on this track," said a defeated Big Chris.
Tom Hanks' Pumpkins ends the sketch by pointing a gun at the camera and saying, "Any questions?"
This sketch truly hit the mark. Watch it above.