Machine Gun Kelly Has Some Thoughts About Pete Davidson's Wild Impression Of Him On "SNL"

    "I think it's time for me to come on the show as Pete."

    Those who tuned in to watch Kim Kardashian West host Saturday Night Live over the weekend — and ratings show quite a few of you did — know its roasting spree spared no one. Most jokes came at the expense of Kim's family members, but Machine Gun Kelly took some hits too, courtesy of his pal Pete Davidson.

    MGK and Pete smile on the red carpet

    Pete impersonated the rapper, who is a good friend of his IRL, during one of the evening's wildest sketches. Called "The People's Kourt," it saw Kim running a courtroom while playing Kourtney Kardashian.

    After presiding over a couple of cases involving her actual mom and sister, Kris Jenner and Khloé Kardashian, Kim — er, "Kourtney" — welcomed SNL cast member Mikey Day's Travis Barker to the stand for pillow talk before inviting Pete and Chloe Fineman, as MGK and Megan Fox, to make an appearance.

    The comedians showed up dressed as MGK and Megan at the iHeartRadio Music Awards earlier this year.

    And as for impersonating the couple's famously public displays of affection, Pete and Chloe's parody didn't hold back.

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    "I wrote you an Instagram caption, babe," says Chloe's Megan, to which Pete's MGK replies, "Oh, that's fire. All right," sans eye contact.

    Pete as MGK, Chloe as Megan, and Kim as the judge

    Chloe then pulled from Megan's Instagram and interview comments about her man. "Achingly beautiful boy. Toxic. Viral. Twin flame. Rehab Barbie," she said.

    Close-up of Pete as MGK and Chloe as Megan

    This also happened:

    MGK himself reacted to the sketch yesterday, offering a suggestion for future SNL content after seeing Pete's impression. "I think it's time for me to come on the show as Pete @nbcsnl," he wrote on Twitter, alongside a clip from "the People's Kourt."

    i think it’s time for me to come on the show as Pete @nbcsnl

    Twitter: @machinegunkelly

    Not going to lie, I'd probably watch that. Would you?