Saturday Night Live came through with one of the strangest parodies of a Sheck Wes song imaginable last night (Nov. 17), delivering a send-up of the rising rapper's "Live Sheck Wes" that's dedicated to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who's portrayed by the always reliable Kate McKinnon in the sketch.
Last week Ginsburg fell in her office, breaking her ribs, which is why SNL has seen fit to pay tribute to the resilient 85-year-old. Reportedly more worried about the timing of the incident than the damage it did, it's likely she'll be back on her feet soon. "You think some broken ribs are going to keep her down? Hell naw," Chris Redd says alongside Pete Davidson, introducing McKinnon in her Ginsburg outfit.
Changing out the lyrics of the original track to "Live Ginsburg and I ride for Ginsburg," Pete Davidson and Redd dominate the sketch but McKinnon steals the show with nothing more than a few silly faces. "Survived the depression and Twitter attacks from Trump," the pair continued. "Broken ribs can't stop her, boy, she eats that shit for lunch."
SNL has been doing quite a few music-themed sketches recently, with Future and Lil Wayne stopping by for a rap song about consent and being respectful to women last week. Pete Davidson and Chris Redd also appeared in that sketch, too, with the former notably portraying a character called Uncle Butt.