Billionaire and Technocrat Elon Musk appeared on Saturday Night Live with a bang, followed controversies as cast members had tweeted against him and there was chatter about the reason why a businessman should appear on the show. Miley Cyrus, the singing sensation who was also on the show, had also received criticism from fans for promoting the show with him. However, the show must go on and it went off fairly smoothly with revelations: expected and unexpected. The show was aired live in America and was streamed across 100 countries around the world on YouTube, leading to crashes.
Colin Jost began the episode by poking fun at Elon Musk saying the he was on the show as he was looking for “an alibi.” An uncontrollable Chinese rocket booster was supposed to crash land on earth. On Saturday incidentally, its debris crashed into the Indian Ocean.
Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, delivered his monologue with a few surprises, appeared with the cast members on a few sketches, barring cast member Aidy Bryant, who had taken a dig at his immense wealth earlier and her nonappearance was sort off expected.