Melbourne, Mar 2 (ANI): '50 Shades' star Dakota Johnson has sparked an outrage online after she starred in a controversial sketch on US TV show Saturday Night Live (SNL).
The American actress plays a young woman being driven to the airport by her dad so that she can join up with IS and is met by a group of gun-wielding Islamic State members, one of whom says, "Death to America", News.com.au reported.
The sketch is a parody of a Toyota commercial in which a father has an emotional farewell with his daughter who is about to join the Army.
The IS-themed gag sparked a rage on Twitter where one user said, "I'm sure families and friends of the people killed by ISIS didn't find the skit funny. @nbcsnl #DakotaJohnson #SNL".
Another user said that the ISIS sketch was distasteful, disgusting and wrong.