Watch Charles Barkley Attempt To Steal Offset’s Ad-Lib On ‘Saturday Night Live’ Clip
One of the greatest NBA players of all time, Charles Barkley, tries to do Offset’s signature name shout ad-lib in a recent Saturday Night Live promo.
Tonight, Saturday, March 3, we will witness NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley return to the Saturday Night Live studio to host. As one of basketball’s greatest players, the 55-year-old cut a promo with the hilarious Kate McKinnon where he sadly attempts to five-finger-discount Offset from the Migos’ signature name shout ad-lib.
Thankfully, the band that is better than The Beatles, Quavo and Offset, join in on the fun to tell Barkley to stick to basketball. “Whoa, aye, that’s my thing,” the Migos members says to the NBA analyst and legend. “Yeah, geez, Charles,” McKinnon adds. Migos had previously appeared on an episode of Saturday Night Live last year. They joined Katy Perry for a performance of “Bon Appetit”.
Offset, specifically, has had a busy few weeks, as he dropped the video for his song, “Ric Flair Drip,” which featured the two-time Hall of Fame wrestler. He also managed to kill rumors that he and his fiancée Cardi B are expected a child. “I’m only the father of three. I don’t know what the hell you talkin’ ‘bout,” he said to TMZ. “My kids, 2, 2 and 8, I don’t have no other possibilities.”
Other than that and the success of the trio’s song, “Stir Fry,” which was produced by Pharrell Williams, you can watch the SNL clip below.