Fans weren’t the only ones laughing when “Saturday Night Live” poked fun at Weezer devotees. The band’s lead singer, Rivers Cuomo, found it hilarious as well.

It seems Cuomo heard about the sketch on Sunday. In the late morning, he tweeted about his excitement in all caps.

“THEY HAD A WHOLE A-- SKIT ABOUT WEEZER AND ME ON SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE AND IM ACTUALLY CRYING AAAGGGGHHHHHHH [sic],” he wrote.

The “SNL” bit featured a dinner party where guest host Matt Damon was a “ride or die” Weezer fan who couldn’t believe some of his friends had yet to hear the band’s cover of Toto’s “Africa.” Leslie Jones’ character reveals that she too is a Weezer fan. However, she quickly points out that Weezer hasn’t had a good album since the 1996’s “Pinkerton.” The two start a debate, which quickly turns into insults and glass crushing as they discuss the band’s history. Eventually, Damon has to storm out of the party. 

The skit was one of the most talked about from the Dec. 15 episode, even making International Business Times’ list of best sketches of the night.

Weezer’s official Twitter account made fan club membership cards for both Damon and Jones.

“Saturday Night Live” also managed to plug the new Weezer record. “The Black Album,” their 12th LP, comes out March 1, 2019. It will feature the single “Can’t Knock The Hustle.”