SNL’s ‘black as hell’ Santa Claus responds to Megyn Kelly

Recognizing comedic gold when they see it, the folks at Saturday Night Live wasted little time in taking advantage of the controversy surrounding Fox News’ Megyn Kelly declaring, tongue-in-cheek, that Santa Claus is white.

Santa, played by black comedian Kenan Thompson, was invited on “Weekend Update” to respond to Kelly’s assertion and he assured all that he is “black as hell.”

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When asked if he was OK with people thinking Santa is white, the jolly fat man replied: “White guys taking credit for what a black guy did? I’m more used to it than I am okay with it.”

After sharing an “original” version of “The Night Before Christmas,” Santa dropped a bombshell when he outed Prancer as a gay reindeer. He further shocked viewers when he disclosed that Mrs. Claus in not black.

“You think a black woman would tolerate making a living out in the middle of the snowy wilderness? No, if Mrs. Claus was black, Santa would be living in Atlanta near her momma.”

In response to the drummed up controversy, Kelly said Friday, “Humor is a part of what we try to bring to this show, but sometimes that’s lost on the humorless.”

Saturday Night Live gets it.

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27 thoughts on “SNL’s ‘black as hell’ Santa Claus responds to Megyn Kelly

  1. Boobie_The_Rocket_Dog says:

    SNL still not funny. You want funny? Get Eddie Murphy’s SNL greatest hits on DVD.

  2. Lucktoday says:

    You are all wrong Santa was Korean. He couldn’t be black because black people didn’t come from where it’s cold.

  3. SpeakTruth says:

    St. Nicholas was from Asia Minor (what is now Turkey), born of Greek parents. HE WAS GREEK!
    It doesn’t matter, but why state something as fact without even checking? Are you related to Ms. Kelly? The legend came to America from the Dutch when they settled here, and his image was altered to be “more pleasing” to Americans at the time.

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