Chance the Rapper and SNL's Kenan Thompson pay tribute to Obama
Last night Chance the Rapper hosted the Saturday Night Live Christmas episode and he used the platform to celebrate Barack Obama’s final Christmas as president.
In a skit that parodied Run DMC's 'Christmas in Hollis', Chance and SNL cast member Kenan Thompson paid tribute to the President's past eight years.
They rapped: "Hey, kid! Enjoy the presents while you can 'cause next year you might get a bomb from Iran."
Back in August, Chance revealed that Obama had been incredibly supportive of his music: "He didn't say it publicly. (After the My Brother's Keeper meeting) everybody takes a group photo, and he's signing stuff. And he keeps pushing me to the back, and I'm like, 'I don't understand why he won't sign my s**t.' And he makes me wait 'til the end, and then he brings me up to his office, and we had a really good conversation about what I was working on. He told me I needed to start selling my music."
Watch the fantastic skit here:
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