Drake's "God's Plan" has quickly become a smash hit all over the globe, and the recent music video only pushed its impact over the top. Now, Saturday Night Live stars, Pete Davidson and Chris Redd, are releasing their own parody version, which takes aim at President Donald Trump.

The comedians release the new track, which is appropriately titled "Don's Plan," to their joint SoundCloud page, which features them rapping while playing the role of the current U.S. President. The two touch on Trump's bring up alleged affair with porn star Stormy Daniels, his controversial tweeting habits, as well as his dealings with the NRA.

"Keeping calm while tweeting is a struggle for me/Tell Stormi she can pee and cuddle with me," the duo rhymes. "Steppin’ out the plane as the wind hits my weave/My ties with the NRA stay deep/ Try to bring the country back to 2003."

The two also spit lines calling Kim Jong-Un a "hoe," as well as comparing Trump to Oprah, and a hook that simply spits "Don's plan" repeatedly.

This isn't the first time that Drizzy's "God's Plan" record has triggered a parody to be made, as Jimmy Kimmel also created a remake of the More Life rapper's visuals for the song on his talk show.

Take a listen to Chris Redd and Pete Davidson's "Don's Plan" record over Drake's "God's Plan" beat below.

Chris Redd & Pete Davidson

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