Business mogul and "Apprentice" boss Donald Trump was honored, sort of, during "The Comedy Central Roast of Donald Trump" which aired on Tuesday night. The show featured celebrities and comedians like Snoop Dogg, Marlee Matlin, Lisa Lampanelli, Whitney Cummings and Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino, all lining up to take shots at Trump throughout the night.
"Donald's saying he wants to run for president and move into the White House. Why not?" Snoop Dogg said, setting up his joke, according to the New York Daily News. "It wouldn't be the first time you've pushed a black family out of their home."
The rapper performed fairly well on the show, getting both applause and laughter for jokes at the expense of trump as well as his fellow roasters.
After pretending to get "The Situation" confused with his "Jersey Shore" co-star Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, the rapper quipped, "I'm sorry, all white people who act black look the same to me."
Sorrentino, however, didn't have much success with his attempt at roasting. The reality star was countiuously booed during his set as many of his jokes flopped.
"I'll say this, though, your wife is hot," one "Situation" joke began. "The best part is, she married you for love -- she loves money."
During Sorrentino's stint on the roast, fellow comedian Jeffery Ross came on stage to beg people to stop booing and let Sorrentino finish out his material. Despite the very loud audience reaction, the reality star told ," Us Weekly he didn't think he performed badly.
"My whole career people have been hard on me," Sorrentino told the magazine shortly after the roast was filmed. "But I stood in there. I got through it, and people actually clapped at the end."
In the past, celebrities like Pamela Anderson, William Shatner, Flavor Flav, Joan Rivers and David Hasselhoff have been roasted in Comedy Central specials.
Check out video of Sorrentino and Snoop Dogg's jokes below. (Warning: Contains explicit language).