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'Saturday Night Live': Megan Thee Stallion's rapping in 'Bottom of Your Face' makes fans call it 'song of 2020'

Before her solo performance, Stallion appeared in the catchy rap along with Chris Redd, Pete Davidson and Kenan Thompson

When it was announced that Megan Thee Stallion will be the musical guest at the season premiere of ‘Saturday Night Live’ on October 3, fans were extremely excited to see her perform. ‘SNL’ season 46 started with the parody of the first presidential debate that took place on September 29 — with Alec Baldwin resuming the role of President Donald Trump and Jim Carrey debuting as Joe Biden.

Chris Rock was the host of the evening and his monologue focused a lot on the ongoing pandemic. Before her solo performance, Stallion teased the audience by appearing in the rap sketch ‘Bottom Of My Face’. She appeared in it along with Chris Redd, Pete Davidson and Kenan Thompson. The tune was quite catchy. And the lyrics went like, “Hello. You got your mask on, trying to be swag… it’s been a month and three days. I want you in so many ways. But there’s one thing getting in the way: still haven’t seen the bottom of your face. Bottom of your face…I love that mask, but for real what’s the deal?”

The track was aimed at addressing dating problems during the pandemic and not being able to see the partners' entire face. Megan Thee Stallion went, “Boy shut up…they don’t care about your wealth, they just wanna see you topless,” and “Boy stop. You want a hot girl or not?” This instantly became a talking point on Twitter for fans. One said, “I rarely ever watch SNL, but tuned in tonight and 'Bottom of your Face' is a banger.” Another said, “Okay, but is 'Bottom of Your Face' available for download?” One wrote, “Wake me up when bottom of your face is on Spotify”.




A fan said, “Bottom of your Face. Is my new favorite SNL song.” Another said, “Now I don't know what song of the year is for 2020... Ooh LA LA (Run the Jewels) or Bottom of Your Face.” One stated, “'Bottom of Your Face' maybe my new favorite song.” One requested, “@nbcsnl we waiting on the bottom of your face video. Drop that.” A user said, “I’m going to need to see another clip of 'Bottom of your Face'”. One declared, “Bottom of Your Face is the song of 2020."






Later, Stallion performed her hit song ‘Savage’ dressed in a black and white bodysuit. But it was not just a high energy performance that she delivered, she also had a strong message in support of Black Lives Matter and the need to protect Black women. She also slammed Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, over his handling of the Breonna Taylor case. Stallion said, “We need to protect our Black women. We love our Black women because at the end of the day we need our Black women. We need to protect our Black men, we need to protect our Black men. I am tired of seeing hashtags about Black men.” ‘SNL’ cast member Chris Redd tweeted: “Megan twerked while fighting for justice and I don’t know anything better than that. Goodnight.”


‘Saturday Night Live’ airs on NBC at 11.30 pm ET.