Eminem Shuts Down Pete Davidson's Final 'SNL' Episode “Slim Shady” Parody 'Forgot About Lorne

On Saturday, May 21, 2022, after eight seasons on "Saturday Night Live," actor Pete Davidson will leave the classic tv comedy show.

This is the last episode for the 28-year-old comic. Eminem, who made a surprise appearance during Pete's parody

of Eminem and Dr. Dre's 1999 famous "Forgot About Dre," gave Pete Davidson quite a send-off.

The skit begins with hostess Natasha Lyonne going to 

Davidson to inform him that Michael is angry due to Davidson departure,

and he won't be capable of accomplishing his dream of performing with him in one of his music video parodies.

Davidson said goodbye to fellow cast members Aidy Bryant, Kate McKinnon, and Kyle Mooney,

and also SNL founder Lorne Michaels, while rapping on to an Eminem soundtrack.

This time to Dr. Dre's 2001 track "Forgot About Dre." 

Davidson talk about the iconic producer's achievements in the sketch,

praising him for launching the careers of notable comedians 

like John Belushi, David Spade, Tina Fey, and Will Ferrell.

The music suddenly stops by an interruption near the end of the song. 

"Forgot About Lorne," and Eminem appears with an unsettling message for Davidson.

“Pete, what you doing, man?" 

 "It’s another parody, another tribute or something? I would just stop. Yeah, they all suck.”

"Do you not like the videos or you just don’t like me?" Davidson responded.

“Just please stop. It’s really bad." Eminem said back to him. “Honestly, we just do these ’cause we love you so much Marshall.

They’re like a tribute,”  Davidson explains. "Don't f**king do it again," Eminem demands back not accepting Petes explanation.

Was it real or stagged???