Jonah Hill Channels His Inner Drake, Raps 'Jumpman' With Future on ‘Saturday Night Live’

by Desiree Murphy 10:30 AM PST, March 06, 2016
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Does Jonah Hill have a rap career in his future? Sadly, not likely.

The Hail, Caesar! actor hosted Saturday Night Live for the fourth time on Saturday, but he failed to impress audiences in the most poorly received episode of the season, if not the show's recent history.

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Future was the musical guest of the night and brought out The Weeknd in a surprise appearance for the song "Low Life."

The highlight of Future's SNL appearance, however, was when Jonah joined him for an impromptu rendition of his hit "Jumpman" during the opening monologue.

Drake is featured on the recorded track but didn't join Future on the sketch show, so Hill joked that he could just take over the Canadian rapper's verse.

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"You know you can't say any of the N words?" Future asked Hill.

Language aside, the 32-year-old actor's dance moves and take on the lyrics proved once again that the actor has no problem poking fun at himself.

In an episode hosted by Melissa McCarthy last month, the SNL cast spoofed Beyoncé's controversial "Formation" video with a fake horror film titled The Day Beyoncé Turned Black. Relive that much-better received sketch in the video below.

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