On the season's second episode, hosted by Awkwafina, Davidson took the Weekend Update desk to talk about the viral moment. "And I've seen Chevy Chase speak to an intern".
Davidson's scorn was extra-focused on West bragging that he's off meds, that we're seeing the real him.
Showing footage from the rapper's rant, Davidson is seen with his head down. He then joked that he left the stage because he thought to himself, "I want a career".
He added that Kanye was wearing a MAGA hat "and he started by saying people backstage bullied him" for wearing it. "He wore it all week". Like, nobody told him not to wear it. I wish I told him not to wear it, suggested that it might upset some people.
"'First off, a lot of people though [Michael] Che should be the one to talk about Kanye, but we discussed it. cause Che is black but I'm insane and we both know which side of Kanye is at the wheel right now", Davidson started.
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Davidson continued by sharing some of the things that West was complaining about.
Davidson said West said Democrats broke up black families with welfare and that slavery is not real.
"You know how wrong about politics you have to be for me to notice?" "Do you know how annoying that is?" Like Joey Chestnut is a hot dog eating genius. But I don't want to hear Joey Chestnut's opinion on things that are not hot dog related.
Davidson finished by donning his own red baseball hat that read "Make Kanye 2006 Again".
After a segment that involved mostly comments about new Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation, Colin Jost referred back to the pro-Trump speech Kanye West gave to audiences at the studio after the show went off the air. The source also noted that Kim just stared at her husband and didn't seem fazed by his remarks, despite him receiving audible boos from the crowd.