Kim Kardashian hosted the show with drop-ins from her famous family
“Saturday Night Live” left no stone unturned to mock Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg in its latest “Weekend Update” installment.
It followed an eventful week for the social media giant, in which a whistleblower made shocking revelations about the company’s potential negative impact on national security as well. an outage Which shut down their sites for the entire day, hosts Colin Jost and Michael Che ready to swoon with some sharp jokes at the company’s expense.
After the show’s cold open topic, Jost began the segment by taking a dig at the Facebook CEO, saying: “This week we discovered that sometimes a guy in a hoodie can be really dangerous.”
The comedian, who many may not know about, graduated from Harvard University in 2004, saying he was in school at the same time Zuckerberg was notoriously creating Facebook.
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“I feel terrible,” he said. “Sometimes I wish I had a time machine so I could go back to college and find Mark and say, ‘Hey man! … can I be a part of your company?’
Jost also commented on a recent report wall street journal It suggests that using Instagram can increase the likelihood that a person will have a body image problem.
“Which explains their rival’s new slogan, ‘TikTok, bring your fat – over here,’” he joked.
Che then took the reins and lambasted Facebook last week, leaving all users unable to access the site or its other apps such as WhatsApp and Instagram.
“This week, Instagram was shut down for an entire day, forcing many Instagram addicts to fill their time with Twitter, TikTok or hosting ‘SNL,’” Che said, adding that a photo of the week’s host, Kim Kardashian, screened. appeared on
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Kardashian, in addition to being one of the most popular reality TV stars, has some of the most-followed accounts of her and her family on Instagram, where they have built a massive business empire in cosmetics, clothing, and more.
Kim Kardashian didn’t shy away from pampering herself and her family during her time on the show. In her opening monologue, the 40-year-old star lashed out at her estranged husband Kanye West’s unsuccessful bid for the presidency in 2020, as well as his father, Caitlyn Jenner’s unsuccessful run for governor of California. He also impersonated his sister, Kourtney, for a sketch Which put the whole family on trial in ridicule of “The People’s Court”.
While the self-conscious dig at Kim was one of the more awkward moments from Saturday’s “Weekend Update,” Che got some serious groans from the crowd over a joke about the New York Police Department in a later segment when he implied that they were happy. Recently a statue of George Floyd was defaced.
“Police are looking for the suspect and plan to serve him with job applications,” he said, shocking some in the audience.