In addition to his duties because the musical visitor on final evening's episode of Saturday Night Live, Lil Wayne joined Future to convey his music video expertise to the present by popping up in a brief clip about consent.
As fictional rap crew Booty Kings, SNL's Kenan Thompson, Chris Redd and a grill-sporting Pete Davidson hit the membership with manners and fundamental decency on the prepared for "Permission." Thompson and Redd rolled by means of a number of bars about respecting girls, their our bodies and their boundaries, stressing they'd "love to the touch that booty/however respect that it's your alternative" as "allies on this bitch" whereas rocking Time's Up pins.
Weezy and Future joined the discourse by backing up that sentiment: Future insists he'll "hunt for consent like a bounty," whereas Lil Wayne, cup in hand, guarantees that "earlier than we get emotional/I'm placing on safety."
"Permission" might have been taped beforehand, however Lil Wayne introduced out Halsey and Swizz Beats in the course of the episode for rousing reside performances of "Can't Be Broken" and "Uproar" off his newest album, Tha Carter V.
Watch "Permission" beneath.