Natalie Portman drops sequel vulgar rap video on SNL

Natalie Portman

Natalie Portman

Natalie Portman defended the Star Wars prequels and parodied Cardi B's "Bodak Yellow" in "Natalie's 2nd Rap", the follow-up to her first comedy rap song from 12 years ago.

Natalie Portman hosted SNL this week in anticipation of upcoming sci-fi film Annihilation but many fans remember her best as Padmé Amidala from the Star Wars prequel films - which have gotten plenty of hate over the years.

In the sketch, she rapped about "smoking weed" at Harvard and her love for "drink, fight and f*** all night". Portman promises that she's "matured a lot" since her last interview, but she soon drops right into her 2006 persona.

The 36-year-old Oscar victor hosted NBC's Saturday Night Live and took part in a rap video, in which she rapped about what it's like to be her and poked fun at the criticism surrounding the Star Wars prequel trilogy, in which she played Queen Amidala / Padmé.

The rap ended with a shout out to Time's Up, the anti-sexual harassment movement for which Portman has been one of the main supporters. Bennett asked Portman, who then got up and stuck one of the pins on his forehead.

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She also responded to another social media trend, which saw users comparing her to Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown. In the SNL sketch, Eleven and Mike meet up with other teens who have.odd abilities that come with even stranger side effects.

"Say something "bout the motherfucking prequels, bitch", she responded, dressed as her old character".

What'd you all think, though?

Andy Samberg also returned to rap along, with SNL's Beck Beckett filling in the role held by Chris Parnell in the original.

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