Vince Staples Backs up His Trash Talk and Flies Through the 'Hot Ones' Challenge With Ease

The LBC native shares his thoughts on Chipotle, video games and more.

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Following Hot Ones’ appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, the web show has returned to its original programming with Vince Staples as special guest. Staples here gets on the usual format of the show but from seeing the way he survives each sauce challenge, it looks like the sharp-tongued rap artist is a veteran in the spicy food game.

For the interview segments, Staples discusses a wide range of interesting topics such as the best places to go in Long Beach, Boston as the best food city, fellow artists who love video games, and much more. Staples even shows up with his own bottle of Hidden Valley ranch dressing for added flavor.

Take a look at the video above to find out which wing was doused with “ashy ass hot sauce.”

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