Sketch comedy show “Saturday Night Live” was back this weekend and it surprisingly roasted “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett.
In the skit a group of “Empire” executives and Smollett’s attorney, played by Sandra Oh, were sitting at a table waiting for Smollett to arrive to a meeting.
Smollett, who was played by Chris Redd, was two hours tardy to the meeting and when he arrived he did precisely what they had expected.
“Guys, you’re not going to believe what just happened to me,” Smollett said. “I know what you’re thinking but it’s not that. I got attacked again.”
He said that he again fought back and is “still the gay Tupac” and said that now he is “the gay Mike Tyson.”
“Nobody know what’s that means. You know why this story is hard to believe, right?” Smollett’s manager told him.
“The killer left me a bunch of clues,” he said to the confused executives who attempted to explain that there was no killer as he was alive.
“Let’s see what’s in here first. Crest whitestrips, what do you think that means? There’s more. A K. Another K. Three Ks. Like what do you think that means?” he said.
“Hang on, there’s more stuff. Oh, a receipt, I need that. Car keys, definitely need those. Oh, a teletubby. And it’s the gay one,” he said.
After he gets fired by both the show and his manager he leaves the room and comes back with a neck brace on and said “You’re not going to believe what happened to me this time.”