Jonah Hill raps 'Jumpman' with Future during SNL monologue

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Jonah Hill is sometimes a sidekick in movies, but on "SNL" he's a star.

The musical guest for the night, Future, brought out a special surprise performer when he took to the stage: Abel Tesfaye, aka The Weeknd. There's no real emotional impact for the audience against Hill's character, mostly because the sketch is just cracking the shell of the sort of inspirational, soft sports stories we get to see invade the theater time and time again.

"Some of his ideas seem a little out there, but I like that he's looking toward solutions", one supporter said. Mooney asked. Hill couldn't come back with a quick enough answer which made the joke seem like a ridicule.

The ad ends with a voiceover: "A message for racists for Donald Trump". Later, Future looks into the actual future of the show for the two, and he also teaches Jonah how to wear a hoodie. The short clip deemed Nazis and KKK supporters to be the Trump voters.

Watch Future perform "Low Life", off his EVOL album below, and "March Madness", off his 56 Nights mixtape, on the flip. Hill even joined the rapper on a verse during "Jumpman".

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