Jim Jones has once again succumbed to the intense heat of Lil Baby‘s spicy Rap Snacks.

On Saturday (March 25), Capo posted a hilarious video of himself eating the Atlanta rapper’s “All In” Hot Potato Chips on Instagram. It seems as if the Dipset legend failed to learn his lesson from a previous attempt, as he was drenched in sweat and could barely talk through the video.

He even conceded to defeat in the caption, saying he was “0-2 against the chips” and that he doesn’t think he’s “goin for the 3 peat.”

“I tried these fuckin’ chips again. Naw, Lil Baby you gotta stop,” Jim Jones began. “Nah, I want smoke with Lil Baby. Look, bro. That is sweat, bro. Wassup with the hot chip challenge? These shits is fire, though! But these shits is fire. These shits taste fire. Nah Lil Baby, I want smoke with you.”

He continued: “Look, look, bro. You got the hottest chips in America. Goddamn! These shits good, though. Fuck Hot Cheetos; get the Hot Lil Baby’s, ya heard? These shits is fire, literally. But they taste good.”

Check out the video below:

Jim Jones’ first attempt at trying to conquer Lil Baby’s hot chips came earlier this month when during an interview on DJ Self’s Apt. 5H series alongside his Back In My Prime co-pilot Hitmaka.

The Dipset member was already sweating once the questions started rolling in, and was seen trying his best to fight through the pain as he continuously wiped the moisture off his face. Jim then likened himself to Pookie from New Jack City, who in a famous scene from the film sweats hard after taking a fatal hit of crack cocaine.

Kid Cudi Accepts Award For Best ‘Hot Ones’ Reactions

Kid Cudi Accepts Award For Best ‘Hot Ones’ Reactions

“I feel like Pookie right now. This shit got a n-gga sweating bad, you heard?” Capo said right before taking off his flannel shirt in an attempt to cool down.

He then conceded: “Fuck this shit, I’m too hot. These shits is hot as hell! These shits is hot as firecrackers. Shit got me sweating and all types of shit.”

Lil Baby’s “All In” Hot Potato Chips flavor has a combination of ingredients: salt and vinegar, barbecue seasoning, onion, garlic, cayenne pepper and more. Those who would like a less spicy option can try the regular “All In” flavor, which doesn’t contain cayenne pepper, or the “Bar-B-Quin With My Honey Heat” flavor.