In response to Uproxx
writer Steven Hyden
penning an article titled “Why Does Everyone (Still) Hate ‘SNL’s Colin Jost
?,” Michael Che
defended his “Saturday Night Live
” co-star the only way he knows how: by accusing Hyden of bestiality. In a series of Instagram
stories embedded below, the “Weekend Update” anchor and “SNL” co-head writer (both duties he shares with Jost) pretended to have heard news stories about a “regular mediocre ass white dude, probably like a writer or something” who “had a secret life” involving rescuing dogs in order to perform lewd acts with them.
Che repeatedly brought up Hyden by name while pretending he wasn’t sure who the culprit was: “i dont [sic] think its [sic] stephen hyden, but that name is stuck in my head for some reason,” reads one example.
Che joined Jost on the “Weekend Update” desk in September 2014 and was named co-head writer of “SNL