ScHoolboy Q May Need Numb Numb Juice After Taking The Hot Wings Challenge (Video)

ScHoolboy Q admits that he was never one for the fanfare in the first part of his career. Like much of TDE, Groovy Q typically shuns the spotlight. He enjoys making his art, living a relatively private life, and occasionally roasting some of his friends and Rap peers on and off of social media.

Q says that his newfound passion for golf may have gotten him out of his shell a bit. Recently, the five-time Grammy Award-nominated MC chilled at the clubhouse with GQ. At Hot Ones, he dines. While promoting the recently-released Top 3 album CrasH Talk, the rapper speaks about his personal evolution.

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Eating his way through 10 chicken wings with increasingly spicy sauces, the MC begins quite cocky. Q mentions collaborator YG’s recent visit to show. He plays along with host Sean Evans, adding lively commentary to golf jargon, the at-home roasting that makes of three generations in his family, and his penchant for Internet culture—despite ignoring comments. At 13:00, the rapper jokes that he often records “two trash albums” to ultimately get to the bodies of work that he releases to the public.

However, more than any revealing commentary, it’s entertaining to watch a pillar of Gangsta Rap and street respect lose his cool with the wing sauces. In the final four wings, ScHoolboy appears to get more than he bargained for in the spice department. He stands up and delivers some sharp, sometimes awkward responses to Evans’ questions about bucket hats, Yelp reviews, and more. Q suggests that the Hot Ones host is a “weirdo,” as are Wale and Vince Staples. The humor factor kicks up with the spice as Q requests ice-cream to numb the burn. At the home-stretch of the 154th contest (in the ninth season), can this guest finish the challenge?

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