Dakota Johnson and “Saturday Night Live” have come under a bit of fire for a sketch in which Johnson’s character is seen joining ISIS.
In a spoof of a Toyota Camry ad in which a father drops his daughter off at the airport to begin her military career, Johnson and SNL cast member Taran Killam play a father and daughter headed to the airport as well. Only when Johnson gets out of the car, she hops into the back of a truck filled with ISIS militants.
Killam posted the following on his Twitter account:
Proud of this. Freedom to mock is our greatest weapon. Thanks to the writers who asked not to be mentioned by name. https://t.co/FjdX9xGewX
People have taken to social media to express either outrage or support for the controversial sketch. Keep scrolling to read some of the reactions.
@TaranKillam as a female veteran, i thought it was hilarious and CLASSIC SNL!!!
— Adrienne Brammer (@snappydragon6) March 1, 2015
@GMA not funny..sad and sick
— privateofficer (@privateofficer) March 2, 2015
— DS (@dswia) March 1, 2015