Vince Staples decided he should be in the Marvel Cinematic Universe after watching Spider-Man: No Way Home on Monday (December 27). The Cali rapper live-tweeted some thoughts (with spoilers) about the highest-grossing film of 2021, while suggesting he’d be a good addition to the Marvel world — specifically, in the X-Men franchise.

“Off this Spider-Man they treating my n-gga Peter like he like Ruby Bridges,” he wrote. “Oh it’s up they just flipped Aunt May in the lobby! They need me in the MCU if they tryna have some real get bacc. Where is the vengeance? Put me in X-Men I’m marking everything out. Dead homies.”

Vince Staples has previous ties to Spidey with his song “Home” appearing on the soundtrack for 2018’s Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.

While Vince Staples has never starred in anything Marvel-related, his music has made several other appearances in the universe. His Big Fish Theory track “BagBak” featured in the official trailer for 2018’s Black Panther and also appeared in an episode of Hulu’s Runaways. In addition, Staples’ Yugen Blakrok collaboration “Opps” was on Kendrick Lamar’s Black Panther: The Album.

The first season of Netflix’s Iron Fist also included his Summertime ’06 song “Hang N’ Bang” featuring A$ton Matthews.

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Vince Staples made his acting debut in the 2015 film Dope alongside the likes of A$AP Rocky, Shameik Moore, Zoë Kravitz, Tyga, LaKeith Stanfield, Kap-G and Casey Veggies. He also appeared in HBO’s Insecure, while voicing a character in Adult Swim’s Lazor Wulf and appearing as a battle rapper in American Dad!.

In October 2018, Hollywood Reporter revealed Vince Staples had landed his first lead role in a movie titled Punk. The plot finds his character Peter taking a road trip with a group of free spirits who happen to be bank robbers, with one of them on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list.