SNL is no stranger to mocking the news, but what happens when SNL is the news? Pete Davidson appeared as he himself on SNL's Weekend Update to talk about his experiences on the SNL stage during Kanye West's post-show chatter to the viewers. Pete Davidson's comments for Kanye West talked about his disagreements with West's political views, but also reported on mental illness and talked about the benefits of taking medication to support one's own mental health.
"I just said to myself what Kanye said we blew up, that was one of the worst things I've ever seen ̵
At the end of his segment, addressing Kanye's beliefs that slavery was "not genuine" and other opinions that would ever "upset people like your wife or any black person," Pete Davidson began to respond to Kanye's insistence during his post SNL speech to be the "true", equating with the fact that he is "the true" by dropping his medication. Davidson, who also admitted he was on medication, encouraged Kanye to "take her!"
"I'm in!" Davidson continued, "It's great! Take it, there's nothing wrong with it If I ever got on a plane and the pilot said, 'I just want you all to know that this is the real I fly, "I would jump out!" Davidson's Advocacy of Medication on SNL serves as a platform not only to destigmatize medicines themselves but also to show Davidson that a non-drug person is "more authentic" than anyone Being medicated, how Kanye's words seem to be communicating.
"Being mentally ill is no excuse for behaving like an idiot," Davidson said. "I quote my therapist, my mother and my postman. Sorry, Carl. No, seriously, once I stopped taking my meds and I bit my mother No, it's all good, I bought her a house." 19659003] Before calling the weekend update, Davidson hinted that there was a way for Kanye West to regain his love. Trump actions. Davidson, who communicated in a way that "understands Kanye," wore a red MAGA-style hat labeled "Make Kanye 2006 Again." Davidson, like many Kanye West fans, may have trouble seeing that Kanye West, who once said, "I tell the police, so I treat em / We buy our way out of prison, but we can not buy freedom" 2004 is the same person who uses the SNL level to show support for Donald Trump.
Davidson's main concern was to work with one of the world's biggest stars, things he disapproved of. But it was also a good reminder of why it's so important that more people talk and handle their own experience of mental health issues – just remember how many less funny SNL sketches there should be ,