'SNL' Spoofs Solange Elevator Attack On Jay Z
Leave it to Saturday Night Live to find the humor in the elevator fight between Solange and Jay Z. INSIDE EDITION has the story.
Saturday Night Live spoofed that infamous elevator beat down with Jay Z and Solange imitators.
Cast members Jay Pharoah and Sasheer Zamata played Jay Z and Solange, sitting in seats next to each other. Pharoah, as Jay Z, said they would explain what "really" happened in the elevator, spoofing the incident by placing their own funny audio over the now infamous tape.
Zamata, as Solange, said: "Oh my God! There's a spider on you!"
Pharoah said: "What? Get it. You know I hate spiders."
Zamata: "It keeps moving."
Pharoah: "Kick it."
Zamata: "Got it!"
Pharoah: "Oh great, I love you Solange."
Zamata: "I love you too."
Pharoah: "Thanks again for that help with that spider."
Zamata: "You know what? No problem. Foot five!"
Former SNL cast member Maya Rudolph made a hilarious guest appearance with a dead-on impression of Beyoncé.
Rudolph joked, "We woke up and saw people had posted a video of us, and I was like, 'Uh-oh-oh-oh-na-na-na."
The real Beyoncé posted an Instagram photo over the weekend with Solange in New Orleans. It appears to be an effort to show they've put the elevator incident that has enthralled the world behind them.
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