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(NSFW!) Audio Explains Why DEADPOOL Won’t Host SNL–Kanye Will Relate

I don’t know if this audio clip will break the internet, but it certainly will explain to the its users why their online petition to get Deadpool to host Saturday Night Live probably isnt going to work.

Look, it was always going to be a long shot to get someone so foul-mouthed to host a live program on network television, but we had no idea how much anger and animosity the “Merc with a Mouth” has for the sketch comedy institution. I mean, in this clip released by Ryan Reynolds, it almost seems like Deadpool is completely unhinged and falling apart at the red seams, over matters that can at best be described as trivial, and at worst totally imaginary.

I mean, these are the ramblings of a complete crazy man.

“Listen up, Lorne Michaels, SNL took my f****** Life of Pablo album without asking. Now I’m bummed. That and Rip Taylor–fake ass! Imma break the mother f****** internet. It’s been seven years since X-Men: Origins, f*** this s***. I’ve got the biggest rated R opening of all time. Are they f****** crazy?”

Truthfully, it just gets more nuts from there. Does Deadpool need to be committed? Should we be focusing our energies on getting him help? This seems like someone reaching out in need, right? And should MC Hammer be worried?

Well, whatever this is, it’s probably best for everyone involved if someone this unstable stays far away from Saturday Night Live. Hopefully a man capable of such madness gets the help he so desperately needs.

Maybe Ryan Reynolds himself can host SNL though. I don’t know who the musical guest should be, but I have one very good idea who it won’t be.

How do you think Kanye will respond to this obvious mockery? Will he even notice it? Tell us in the comments below.

Image: 20th Century Fox

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