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Mar 10, 2019 10:38 AM 1+ week ago

`SNL': Pete Davidson Compares R. Kelly Sex Abuse Allegations to Catholic Church

"I don't really see the difference, only one's music is significantly better," comic says of sexual abuse allegations against singer and church

Saturday Night Live`s Pete Davidson has never been afraid of pushing people's buttons. On the latest episode of SNL, he doubled down on his efforts when he stopped by "Weekend Update" to give his thoughts on the R. Kelly and Michael Jackson sexual abuse claims.

"If you support the Catholic Church, isn't that the same thing as being an R. Kelly fan?" the comic asked, comparing the sexual abuse allegations of minors by the two musicians to the Catholic Church's sexual abuse scandal against minors and nuns.

"I don't really see the difference, only one's music is significantly better," Davidson says, after calling Kelly "a monster" who "should go to jail forever."

He then fired up the audience with his controversial opinion recalling, "The other ...

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