Donald Glover is on a roll.
After picking up his first win on Sunday night for Directing a Comedy Series, Glover found his way back on stage to snag his second Emmy.
The actor, clad in a purple tuxedo, gleefully ran his way through the aisles after hearing his name announced for Best Actor in a Comedy Series for his role in Atlanta.
During the 33-year-old’s acceptance speech, the rapper did the unimaginable and thanked the one and only Donald Trump “for making black people number one on the most oppressed list.”
“He’s the reason I’m probably up here,” Donald said. “I’m so happy, wow. Thank you guys so much.”
This was a big night for Glover, who not only made history with his first Emmy win, but with his second. In winning for Best Actor in a Comedy Series, Donald became the second Black actor ever to be victorious in the category.
The first and last was Robert Guillaume, who in 1985 won for his portrayal of Benson DuBois in ABC’s, Benson.