AceShowbiz - Eminem is clearly sick of Pete Davidson's parody videos. When making a surprise appearance in the comedian's final "Saturday Night Live" sketch, the "Not Afraid" rapper jokingly urged the funnyman to stop doing it.
In the skit, which was not televised in season 47 finale, Pete is seen paying homage to the NBC show's creator, Lorne Michaels. This weekend's episode host Natasha Lyonne informs the comic that Lorne is depressed because he always wanted to make a music video with him. So, before leaving the show for good, Pete grants his wishes.
"That guy has literally done everything for me, so I'm gonna pay him back by doing this rap video exactly the way he wrote it," the boyfriend of Kim Kardashian says. He then films his own rap video inpired by Dr. Dre and Eminem's hit "Forgot About Dre", which he renames "Forgot About Lorne".
All of a sudden, Eminem crashes the filming and asks Pete, "What are you doing, man? I would just stop." He adds, "Yeah, they all suck... Just please stop… It's really bad."
Feeling caught off guard, Pete tells Eminem, "Honestly, we just do these 'cause we love you so much, Marshall. They're like a tribute." The emcee, however, doesn't care about it and warns the actor, "Pete, don't fu**in' do it again."
Pete bid farewell to "SNL" during his last "Weekend Update" on Saturday, May 21. Sitting next to Colin Jost, he said, "I appreciate SNL always having my back and allowing me to work on myself and grow. Thank you to Lorne for never giving up on me or judging me, even when everyone else was, and for believing in me and allowing me to have a place that I could call home, with the memories that will last a lifetime. So, thank you guys."