Soulja Boy's 'Breakfast Club' Interview Spoofed on 'SNL': Watch

Anchor Colin Jost, anchor Michael Che, and Chris Redd as Soulja Boy
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Anchor Colin Jost, anchor Michael Che, and Chris Redd as Soulja Boy during Weekend Update on Saturday Night Live on Jan. 26, 2019.

Move over Kanye West, Donald Trump could have an unexpected new opponent in the 2020 presidential election.  

Soulja Boy announced that he'll be running for Commander in Chief during a Jan. 26 spoof on Saturday Night Live that poked fun at his recent appearance on "The Breakfast Club."  

Sporting a white Gucci headband, Chris Redd's Soulja told "Weekend Update" host Michael Che that he'll be running under the campaign slogan “Crank That 2020."  

During the skit, Che asked the rapper if he's got what it takes to beat Trump. “Trump!? Trump?! The dude that got bodied by the popular vote?” he responded.

The spoof was inspired by Soulja's recent appearance on "The Breakfast Club," where he slammed West for his support of President Trump.

“We looking at you like you goofy, bro,” Soulja said on the radio show. “You supporting Trump, bro? What the f--- wrong with you? That shit not right. You need to stop supporting Trump. You got to put on for the black community.”

Watch Redd's Soulja impression on SNL below.


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