By imitating Britney Spears and Lil Nas X, this week’s show “Saturday Night Live” kicked off.
In a simulated talk show called “Bad, Did It Again”, actor Chloe Fineman (Chloe Fineman) played Spears and Chris Redd (Chris Redd) played the controversial 21-year-old rap singer.
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This counterfeit music pair discussed Lil Nas X’s recent music video “Montero (Call me by your name)” and the public’s response to this young artist, who took a striptease pole to hell and served Satan. Did a lap dance. The duo also talked about Nike’s current lawsuit against an art group that has partnered with Lil Nas X to partner Satan Shoes.
“My first guest tonight was attacked by a rare combination of the Catholic Church and Nike,”
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The pop star and host asked Redd if the Satan shoes contained real human blood, as Redd responded: “I don’t know why Nike is so angry. All of them are’ Just Do It’. Well, I did it.”
When asked about Redd’s angry thoughts about people after watching a music video, he said as Lili Nas X, “It’s because they are clumsy fools. .”
Redd joked: “People are afraid of me because I am different, but in fact I am just your typical gay, black, country rap, sneaker entrepreneur.”
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The imitator Lil Nas X went on to point out that the role of Satan in music videos is not a real deal, so religious audiences should not be so frustrated.
“I would say,’You know that’s not the real Satan, right?” This is a guy in a Halloween devil costume, because the real Satan doesn’t play music videos,” Reid explained. “So, maybe it’s cold.” ? “
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Fineman followed up on his statement and asked Redd if he would “balance” by dancing to God.
“Okay, yes, I think.” Reid agreed, and then a man in a god costume stepped onto the stage and sat down on the sofa.
Redd quickly jumped up and sagged his hips on the coffee table in front of him and the god character when the club music was playing.
“Happy Easter, everyone!” Fineman cheered with the audience.
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At the end of the talk show, Fineman declared Lil Nas X as “innocent” in her ranking of “social untouchables”, and she said that Pepé Le Pew was “not so innocent” and Rep. Mat Gaetz should be “[judged] Rely on his face. “