‘SNL': Donald Glover Explains He Put Jewelry Up His Butt to Get Back at His Girlfriend (Video)

Glover’s ’80s-style music video is all about getting back at his girlfriend after discovering she was cheating — but it turns out, he followed the wrong woman

Last Updated: May 6, 2018 @ 12:50 PM

Host Donald Glover created an ’80s music video on “SNL,” in which he followed a woman he thought was his girlfriend — but turned out to be the wrong woman.

In the music video, a sunglasses-wearing Razz P. Berry (Glover) sang about how he followed his girlfriend Jade (Cecily Strong), as she went out with another man (Kenan Thompson). Eventually, Razz followed the couple to a bar, and when Thompson left the room, Razz confronted Jade.

You can watch the video above.

Glover’s Razz took a seat with Jade and told her about how he followed her.

“I saw everything, Jade, and it made me so mad, I wanted to run you down, Rambo-style,” Razz said. “But I chilled. I went back to our apartment and canceled all our credit cards. All your nice jewelry? I put it right up my ass.”

Razz explained the other things he did in his anger at her, that he tried to cut his “own d–n thing off,” and poured his own pee in his hair, since Jade loved the smell of his hair but hated the smell of his pee.

Finally, Strong cut in. “I don’t know who you are,” she said. “I don’t meant to embarrass you, but what I think is happening is that your sunglasses are very dark, and it’s dark in here, and it’s dark and foggy outside. Because I’m not the woman who you think I am, because I don’t know who you are. Does that make sense?”

“Back up. So you’re not my girlfriend Jade?” Razz asked.

“No, I’m Anne Saunders, and this is my husband, Reginald Saunders, M.D.,” she said, introducing Thompson.

“I am sorry for the misunderstanding, but I have to get home because I did a lot of horrible things in my apartment that I didn’t even get to in the song,” Razz explained.

He took to the street and finished the music video. “I thought she was her, but it was the wife of Dr. Reginald Saunders,” Razz sang.