(NYPOST) — “Saturday Night Live” used satire to take a shot at ISIS — and people are blasting them for it.
The longtime NBC sketch comedy show sparked a Twitter frenzy early Sunday after they aired a segment poking fun at the infamous Islamic State.
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During the skit, “50 Shades of Grey” star Dakota Johnson and the cast spoofed a heartfelt Toyota commercial from the Super Bowl in which a father drops his daughter off at the airport as she sets off to join the army.
“SNL” — doing what they’ve done best for 40 years — found a way to turn the emotional moment into a full-fledged ad for ISIS, lampooning the recent swarm of young girls who have fled to Syria to shack up with the extremists.