Comedian Amy Schumer blasted mega-rapper Ye as a “Nazi” during her appearance on “Saturday Night Live.”
In her first time hosting SNL since 2018, Schumer took aim at Ye over his recent politically incorrect remarks, talking first about how her husband was on the autism spectrum before segueing to Ye.
“It used to be called Asperger’s, but then they found out that Dr. Asperger had Nazi ties, Kanye…” she said during her opening monologue.
“That’s weird. Isn’t that crazy?”
Schumer also reminded the audience of the upcoming elections, calling them the “midterm abortions” in reference to “what’s at stake” if Democrats lose.
“I can’t believe I have the honor of being the final host before the midterm abortions — elections, what did I say? Sorry, I was thinking about what’s at stake if we don’t vote,” she said.
Schumer reiterated her stance on Ye and Kyrie Irving at the show’s closing, where she wore a baseball T-shirt that read: “<3 Jews.”
Ye has been threatened with losing custody of his children and being forcibly drugged and institutionalized if he didn’t apologize for his politically incorrect claims about powerful Jewish interests in the entertainment industry.
The Anti-Defamation League has also launched a global advertising boycott campaign against Twitter for refusing to censor Ye.