Saturday Night Live presented a funny skit about woman sharing their grievances with the Canadian artist using them for lyrics in his songs.
The rapper has dropped some of the most memorable songs about his relationships in the past such as the single “Marvin’s Room” and most recently on Her Loss. SNL used this element of Drizzy to present hilarity on their recent episode.
A group of women are seen together and collectively call themselves “United Tingz of Aubrey,” and will not stand for the rapper profiting off of writing about them. In the sketch, they call on women to stand up and join their organization, as they may be entitled to benefits as a result of their experiences. Also, they go into detail about the kinds of interactions and places that might grant them that compensation.
“Are you a woman? Have you ever dated the rapper Drake?” ask the three main hosts, including Keke Palmer. “Have you ever met Drake at a party, talked on Instagram, or even made flirty eye contact with him at a restaurant?”
They continued, “Has Drake then referenced you, your relationship, or the potential thereof in a song? If the answer is yes, you are not alone. There are thousands of us, and you may be entitled to benefits.”
Another woman made reference to Drake and lesbians. “My name is Courtney. I left Drake a voicemail once about an overdue car payment, and now I’m an interlude on an album. How does that work?” Another “union member” remarked, “Well, Drake hit on me at a Dave & Buster’s once. I told him that I was a lesbian and he said, ‘Me too.’ Ha, ha!”
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“My name is Keke Palmer,” said the show’s host. “and that ‘Kiki, do you love me?’ song ruined my damn life. That man had the whole Internet asking if I was the Kiki. Well, yes, I am the Keke, just not that Kiki! It was my name first, stop asking like we smashed, and give me my damn six million dollars.”