And with those words, Sasheer Zamata introduced herself Saturday at the newest cast member on "SNL."
Zamata, 27, became the first black female cast member on "SNL" since 2007 when Maya Rudolph left the show. "SNL" had been under fire in recent weeks over its lack of diversity among cast members. Two cast members -- Kenan Thompson and Jay Pharoah -- were vocal about the criticism, calling on the show to hire more black performers.
Zamata appeared in a couple of sketches on Saturday's show; She was Auntie Rhonda during a bar mitzvah for SNL host/rapper Drake, played a Rihanna/Blossom combo in "Hip Hop Classics: Before They Were Stars" and a teen having a slumber party with her friends.
The Twitterverse seemed pleased with her overall debut.
Big congrats to #SasheerZamata She is a great addition to SNL. Will be watching more often.
— Derrick Robertson (@drrck11) January 19, 2014
— Taunda D.Edwards (@TaundaDEdwards) January 19, 2014
— Joe Scanlon (@JKSCN) January 19, 2014
One tweeter even wants "SNL" to go further with its diversity efforts.
— Helen Hwang (@helenster) January 19, 2014
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