Published Mar 02, 2018Saturday Night Live returns tomorrow night (March 3) with Charles Barkley and Migos, but a couple of the show's cast members have given us a little bit of early bonus material.
Plenty has been happening in the both the worlds of politics and rap music since SNL went on hiatus to accommodate NBC's Olympic coverage (some of which was conducted by none other than Leslie Jones) last month, and now Pete Davidson and Chris Redd are catching us up with a new parody cut.
They've reworked Drake's record-breaking recent single "God's Plan," turning it into a critical spoof of Donald Trump. "Don's Plan" hears the comedians rapping about the U.S. president's affinity for drinking Diet Coke and his supporters' affinity for tiki torches, before calling North Korean leader Kim Jong-un a "ho."
Whereas Drake only loves his bed and his mom, the SNL stars go on to claim that Trump only loves "Ivanka and Putin (I'm sorry)." From there, they go on to crack one-liners about collusion and strapping Uzis to teachers.
Hear Davidson and Redd's timely take on the Drake tune below.
It's not the first "God's Plan" parody to surface, though; Jimmy Kimmel recreated the rapper's recent video in a dollar store.