Pete Davidson rapped about ‘Game of Thrones’ on ‘SNL’ and brought along Grey Worm, DJ Khaled, and Paul Rudd

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  • Pete Davidson started to rap about the final season of “Game of Thrones” on “Saturday Night Live,” but the video took a star-studded turn.
  • After Davidson’s fellow cast member Kenan Thompson confronted him about if it was actually his “favoritest show ever,” Davidson rapped about the Netflix original series “Grace and Frankie” instead.
  • Davidson was joined by DJ Khaled and Paul Rudd for verses about their favorite parts of “Grace and Frankie.”
  • After Davidson had left the subject of “Thrones” behind, Thompson brought out Jacob Anderson, who plays Grey Worm on the series.
  • Rudd closed out the video by taking his verse too far for Davidson’s taste, saying “hey ‘Thrones’, I’ve got a dragon you can sit on.”
  • The rap came a day before the final episode of “GoT” premieres on HBO.
  • Watch the entire music video below.
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