Saturday Night Live took more jabs at Jada Pinkett Smith this weekend and the jaw-dropping revelations in her new memoir, Worthy.
SNL regular Ego Nwodim stopped by the “Weekend Update” to offer her take on the Jada-Will Smith saga. It wasn’t long before she worked late rapper Tupac Shakur into the conversation.
Mirroring Pinkett Smith’s closely cropped blonde hair, Nwodim wore a short blonde wig and tracksuit as she sat down with Michael Che.
“It’s so good to see you Michael, thank you for coming to the red table,” she said, apparently confusing her appearance on SNL, with Pinkett Smith’s chat show Red Table Talk.
Che nodded in disapproval at the comment, but Nwodim ignored him and kept talking.
“Sorry if I seem a little tired, I’ve been on the Today show 14 times in three days,” she said, mocking the actress for her seemingly endless appearances on the Today show promoting her primetime NBC special.
“Yeah, you’ve been getting a lot of buzz. In your new book, you revealed that you and Will Smith have been separated since 2016,” a surprised Che said.
Nwodim’s Pinkett Smith told him it’s true, adding that she had concerns about her union with Smith from the moment they got married.
“I knew there was going to be trouble. At our wedding someone stood up and objected,” she said.
“Who was it?” Che asked. “It was me,” she replied.
Nwodim’s Pinkett Smith continued to dish on her marriage and admitted to “publicly cucking my millionaire husband.”
Che asked why she doesn’t just get a divorce.
“Oh no! Divorce is not an option,” she said. “If we got divorced, Will could end up happy and I can’t have that.”
She then randomly brought up Tupac, who the real Jada Pinkett Smith described as her “soulmate” in her book.
“I can’t stop saying Tupac,” Nwodim told Che. “Before he died, he was in the process of changing his name to Tupinkett.”
Che then brought up the Oscars slap. Nwodim’s Pinkett Smith told him the next time she and Will have problems, she’s going to ask him to “shoot Kevin Hart.”
An uncomfortable Che tried to get her off the set and said, “Jada Pinkett Smith everybody!”
But she kept talking and scolded him, “Please. Call me Mrs. Shakur.”
Watch the video from SNL below: