Lil Pump made it to Saturday Night Live. Well, sort of. On the latest episode of the long-running sketch comedy show, which aired last night (Jan. 13), actor Pete Davidson parodied the buzzing South Florida rapper and his hit song, "Gucci Gang."

In the SNL version, the parody Pump pays homage to actor, Stanley Tucci, with the ode, "Tucci Gang." Tucci has a lengthy list of credits as a character actor and has played in over 100 films in his career that spans four decades. He needs his just due.

"There's a certain guy. He's a character actor we both love. He's very underappreciated. This is for our boy Stanley," the faux Pump says on the intro of the track. "Esketit!"

The video mirrors Pump's actual "Gucci Gang" video, and shows Pump lamenting his love for his man Stan. "Tucci Gang, some of you don't know the name/But that's that guy from The Hunger Games/Tranformers, The Last Knight, Beauty and the Beast and Spotlight/Writer and director of Big Night/Tucci gang, Tucci gang, Tucci gang," he raps.

Tucci himself is even featured in the video, turning up in the school hallway and riding Pump's tiger. The whole thing is as hilarious as it sounds.

On the SNL episode last night, G-Eazy also performed. The real G-Eazy.

Check out Saturday Night Live's hilarious Lil Pump parody below.

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