"Saturday Night Live" cast member Pete Davidson urged Kanye West to take his medication and return to focusing on his music rather than politics after the rapper claimed last week the show "bullied" him for wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat.

"First off, a lot of people thought [cast mate Michael] Che should be the one to talk about Kanye," Davidson said during the program's "Weekend Update" segment. "But we discussed it because Che's black, but like, I'm crazy, and we both know which side of Kanye's at the wheel right now."

Davidson described how "awkward" it was when West took the opportunity, after performing new single "Ghost Town," to close out the show's 44th season premiere last week to complain about alleged anti-President Trump behavior of some of the people backstage.

"I wished I would have suggested [West not wear the hat] because it might upset some people, like your wife or every black person ever," Davidson said, referring to West's reality TV star wife Kim Kardashian West, who, like Davidson, was a Hillary Clinton supporter in 2016.

Davidson, who was diagnosed with a borderline personality disorder in 2016, implored West to start retaking any medication he has been prescribed for bipolar disorder because there is "no shame in the medicine game." He also suggested one way the rapper could win back fans was to go back to his 2006 self following the release of his "The College Dropout" and "Late Registration" albums, but before the debut of "Graduation."

"I made this," Davidson said, pulling out a hat similar to Trump's "MAGA" merchandise. "Make Kanye 2006 Again."