Presidential candidate Andrew Yang told the co-hosts of "The View" that fired "SNL" cast member Shane Gillis shouldn't have been let go from the long-running comedy show.
The "Saturday Night Live" alum is the latest to comment following the show's decision to fire Shane Gillis for racist and homophobic comments.
Shane Gillis returned to the stage for the first time since his firing from "Saturday Night Live" — and it wasn’t flowers and apologies. It was jokes about Asians and the hypothetical murder of the president.
"The View" panel weighed in on SNL's firing of new cast member Shane Gillis for past comments he made that many found offensive.
David Spade tried not to weigh in on Shane Gillis’s firing from "Saturday Night Live" — as an alum of the show — but that didn’t exactly work out.
News that Shane Gillis is not joining the cast after all has comedians and others weighing in on the show’s decision.
The 31-year-old comic says he understands and respects SNL's decision.
The Democratic presidential candidate is inviting Shane Gillis to meet with him after the comedian's racist Asian jokes surfaced online.
Hours after "Saturday Night Live" announced three new cast members Thursday, people were calling for one of them, Shane Gillis, to be fired.