Appearing on GQ Hype Debate Show, Ross and Khaled both make compelling arguments about what the best go-to snacks are.
For his selection, Ross chose his own version of potato chips as his personal favorite.
“The Rick Ross version of Rap Snacks,” he said. “And when I say the Rick Ross version, I’m talking Rozay Cheddar.”
Going in the sweet direction, Khaled chose Cinnamon Toast Crunch as his snack of choice.
After hearing that, the Maybach Music CEO posed an interesting question to Khaled about the milk he uses for his cereal.
“Is it from the almond of the walnut? Is they squeezing it out of the peanut?” he asked. Interestingly, the “God Did” producer could not come up with an adequate response.
“I don’t have that answer and I usually have every answer,” Khaled said.
Again, Ross had more cereal questions to ask Khaled.
“What really separated that Cinnamon Toast Crunch moment from all those other Honey Smacks, Captain Crunch, the Honey Nut Cheerios?” Ross asks.
This time, Khaled was ready to respond. “170 calories,” he said.
Besides arguing over the world’s greatest snacks, the two superstars still create music together since first collaborating on Khaled’s debut single, “Holla at Me,” back in 2006.
In celebration of the LP’s success, Khaled posted a tribute on Instagram about his 13th album.
“All Praise to the Most High!,” he wrote in the caption. “All Glory to GOD! GOD DID #1 @billboard album in the country! THIS GOD DID !!!!!!! @wethebestmusic @epicrecords @rocnation FAN LUV DID !!!!!!!!! THANK U !!!!!! @billboard #1!”