50 cent was definitely wrong in his indignant clause that Jay is too old to be the best rapper in the game. According to “Saturday Night Live”, quite the opposite is indubitable, as it was recently foretold that both Ryan Gosling will be hosting, and Jay-Z will be performing during the season’s premiere. This announcement came during Thursday night’s edition of “Weekend Update,” which just concluded a four-week summer run while being confirmed on the show’s Twitter account.
Gosling is no stranger to the set of SNL, this will be the actors second time on the show, he previously performed as host in 2015. Jay-Z, however, is the voracious veteran, as this will be his fourth time performing on SNL. This is significant for the mogul. The number 4 is synonymous with his pneuma; this year he turned 44 and dropped an album called 4:44, which delivered a very powerful message of upliftment quite different from his previous album’s coherence.
Gosling, starred in last’ seasons hit movie, “La La Land,” recently known for the faux pas as being announced at the Oscars as the winner of Best Movie, which was later recoiled as a merit given to “Moonlight.” The actor, alongside Harrison Ford, has a new movie “Blade Runner 2049,” which will open on October 6.
Saturday Night Live has been fueled as of late with a caveat of material streaming the recent political headlines, much of which centers on Donald Trump. The Emmy nominated actor Alec Baldwin, also made a return appearance to the final “Weekend Updates,” to personify the 45th President at a campaign rally, agnate to his recent speech delivery in Arizona. He brought out the Grim Reaper, to liken Steve Bannon for a final “proper” goodbye. I am excited to see what new skits will be delivered on the show’s upcoming season. I am curious to see if they will continue their political strategy or vary into a more diverse prose.
I am curious to see if they will continue their political strategy or vary into a more diverse prose. Season 43 of “Saturday Night Live” premieres Saturday, September 30th. Will you be watching the season premiere of Saturday Night Live?