Kaitlyn Clarke crashes SNL's Weekend Update and makes Michael Che read self-deprecating jokes

Michael Che was insulted by basketball star Caitlin Clark when he crashed Saturday Night Live “Weekend Update” clip after the comedian made a sex joke at her expense.

“The University of Iowa announced that basketball star Kaitlyn Clark will have her jersey retired and replaced with an apron,” Chi said.

Chi Clark was then drafted ahead of the WNBA Draft, where she is projected to be the No. 1 overall pick.

“By the way, I like Kaitlyn,” Che told the future WNBA star.

“Really, Michael?” “Because I heard your little apron joke,” Clark clapped back.

Clark criticized Che for making too many jokes about women's sports, which the comedian tried to deny. Colin Jost chimed in to say: “It's definitely a lot,” revealing Che with a great clip of his past jokes.

“Unlike Che, I support women,” Jost said, throwing his co-host under the bus.

Chi said that Clark was a great basketball player, and pointed out that he could not play like her, and the basketball champion said that he could not tell jokes like him. Clark said she wrote down some jokes and asked Che to read some to her.

“The Indiana Fever got the No. 1 pick in Monday's draft, a reminder that the Indiana Fever is a WNBA team and not what Michael Che gave the dozens of women at Purdue University,” Che read the joke.

Clark asked him to read a second message in which Chi read, “The best new show on Netflix is Ripley, which features a frightening and unsettling performance by actor Andrew Scott. Critics say it's the hardest thing to watch on Netflix since the Michael Che special Shame Satan“.

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A third joke on his account was read by Che, “Caitlin Clark broke the record for three-pointers made in a season, and I have Michael Che's three-pointers: 1. Be 2. Funnier 3. Stupid.”

After the self-roast, Che wished Clark well in the WNBA. The basketball star also paid tribute to the women who came before her, such as Cheryl Swoopes, Lisa Leslie, Cynthia Cooper, Dawn Staley, and her own basketball hero, Maya Moore.

“These are the women who kicked down the door so I could come in. So I want to thank them tonight for laying the foundation,” Clark added.

Clark then gifted Chi with an apron that she signed SNL The star said he would give his girlfriend away, with Clark reminding him: “You don't have a girlfriend, Michael.”

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