SNL – Woody Harrelson in a controversial monologue. Elon Musk praises the joke
Woody Harrelsonwhom many viewers associate with the series Detective or movies like the hunger Games, zombieland, Natural born killers Whether Three billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri, starred in the latest episode of Saturday Night Live. He presented a sketch that caused a lot of controversy.
The actor presented a monologue that divided the viewers of the program. Harrelson talked about a supposed movie script he had read. He was talking about drug cartels that control the media and people.
The world’s biggest drug cartels are joining together and buying all the media and politicians, forcing all the people of the world to stay locked up in their homes. People can only come out if they take cartel drugs and make them use them over and over again.
Harrelson then concluded with a joke that can be interpreted differently:
I threw the script away. Who will believe this crazy idea? Forced to take drugs? I do this voluntarily all day.
In the past, Harrelson has attacked the government and pharmaceutical companies for profiting from the coronavirus pandemic. Many people on social media read this monologue as another anti-vaccine comment from the actor. These speculations fueled Elon Musk’s tweets, who praised the actor for his monologue, writing that he was good, and also appreciated NBC for a job well done.
There were also comments from users disappointed with the actor’s attitude. HollyHox wrote that this is an incredibly selfish and privileged anti-vaccine and anti-lockdown stance. He added that Woody Harrelson and those who support this nonsense are only doing it because they were fine during the pandemic. In the end, he wrote that no one who has suffered or lost loved ones because of Covid speaks this way.