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SNL's Spicy tells who he thinks is the fourth worst group in history
by Nathan'ette Burdine: April 27, 2017

Saturday Night Live (SNL) has a sneaky way of telling folks what they really think about somebody.

And unfortunately for White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, he’s no different. Melissa McCarthy, who plays Sean Spicer, let everyone know that all of the apologizing Spicy, as she so affectionately calls herself as Spicer, did should not be taken seriously.

The first thing Spicy did to let everyone know he’s just popping his gums on this whole apology trip was to show up at a press conference dressed like he was going to his old gig as the White House Easter Bunny.

“All right shut up, shut up. Don’t push me, I’m sweating my Easter Eggs off in this thing. And everybody shut up, so I can apologize. Yes, y’all got your wish this week, didn’t ya, huh?”, is what Spicy said.

According to Spicy, the “wish” that everybody got was him “finally making a mistake.” And the “mistake” Spicy made was calling the concentration camps Holocaust Centers when he was really trying to say, “Concentration Clubs.”

Welp, that started trending on the Twitter. Spicy didn’t care though. As far as he is concerned, the problem is not him. The “nitpickers” are the problem.

Let Spicy tell it, all they do is nag, nag, nag while focusing on only the bad things that he does. Or, as Spicy put it, “It would be really great if the nitpickers could try to see the big picture and didn’t solely focus on every little slur and lie I say. That’d be nice.”

It would be a good thing if folks could focus on the good that Spicy does. It’s just that Spicy’s mouth is always getting him into a heap of trouble.

Take for instance the following comment Spicy made during his apology spill, “Fool me once, shame on me. Fool me twice, shame on Jews.” Mm-hmm, Spicy had a little slip there.

But as with all things Spicy, that wasn’t his only slip. In an effort to convince folks that he is indeed a fan of the Jewish folks, Spicy decided that he would give everybody his ranking of history’s bad, bad, bad men: “O-kay, so just to be super clear, as far as bad guys go. The ranking is boom right up at the top Hitler, coming in at number one. Then Syria’s Barbaro al Ashad, three I’ma go Pharaohs, and then it gets chronologically Jews take number four.”

Yep, that’s Spicy all right.

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