Here's the Dakota Johnson 'SNL' Skit That Has the Internet Riled Up

The actress plays an ISIS recruit in the skit and people are not pleased.

Here's the Controversial Dakota Johnson 'SNL' Skit That Has the Internet Riled Up
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Dakota Johnson made her Saturday Night Live hosting debut this weekend and mocked her Fifty Shades of Grey role, reunited with her famous parents, and got the Internet riled up over one of her skits.

People had plenty to say about a pre-taped parody of Toyota's "My Bold Dad" Super Bowl ad, in which Johnson appears to be going off to college and instead joins ISIS — after being picked up by a truck full of dudes with big guns. Taran Killam plays her emotional father in the skit.

Bold, right?

The Internet was all over the place over the sketch — a few thought it was hilarious, most thought it was inappropriate, and there were even some who thought the most offensive part of the whole ordeal was that Johnson was hosting in the first place. Ouch.

Here are a few Twitter gems:

Here's the Controversial Dakota Johnson 'SNL' Skit That Has the Internet Riled Up
Here's the Controversial Dakota Johnson 'SNL' Skit That Has the Internet Riled Up
Here's the Controversial Dakota Johnson 'SNL' Skit That Has the Internet Riled Up
Here's the Controversial Dakota Johnson 'SNL' Skit That Has the Internet Riled Up
Here's the Controversial Dakota Johnson 'SNL' Skit That Has the Internet Riled Up

If you need some actual comedy to lighten up the mood, watch Johnson get interviewed by an awkward middle schooler (Kyle Mooney) about her Fifty Shades role.

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