Daniel Kaluuya took a photo of the British Royal Family when he appeared as host of “Saturday Night Live” this week.
British actor “Judas and the Black Messiah” was selected to host the show and came out swinging in his opening monologue with a joke about an allegation made by Meghan Markle during the recent explosive interview between her and Prince Harry with Oprah Winfrey.
“First of all, I know you hear my accent and you’re like, ‘Oh no. He’s not black. He’s British.’ Let me assure you that I’m black. I am black and I am British, ”he said. “Basically, I am what the royal family feared the baby would look like.”
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The joke referred to part of Markle, who is half-black, and the interview with Winfrey in which the Duchess of Sussex revealed there were “concerns and conversations” about “her obscurity” and the Harry’s oldest son, Archie, would be before he was born. Although she did not clarify who had these concerns and conversations, Prince Harry told Oprah that Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip did not participate.
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The actor’s comments on racism in the UK didn’t end there as he continued his opening monologue by asking the crowd if they thought racism in America or Britain was worse .
“Let me put it that way,” he said. “British racism is so bad, white people are gone. They wanted to be free – free to create their own types of racism. That’s why they invented Australia, South Africa and Boston.”
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The actor concluded his opening monologue by addressing his recent Golden Globes blunder. Kaluuya won the award for his role in “Judas and the Black Messiah” but was sadly silent on Zoom’s appeal for his acceptance speech.
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“I was dumb. Can you believe that? I told the best joke of my life and I was dumb. I felt like I was in a sunken place,” he said, referring to the state of hypnosis her character entered in the 2017 horror “Get Out.”
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