*James Corden brought out Samuel L. Jackson for his “Drop the Mic” segment and many are calling their rap battle the most “epic” celeb-crossed musical segment that the British TV host has done so far.
“You sure you wanna do this?” the host warned.
“Come on, man—I ain’t scared of you. Let’s go,” the actor retorted.
“For every Hateful Eight theres’s a Snakes on a Plane,” Corden rhymed. “Make me an Avenger, Sam,” he continued.
“Be humble. Sit down. You’re about to be Black Snake owned,” Jackson replied. “You look like a minion in two-tight clothes.”
“Look—I’m gonna put it in a way that you can understand,” he added while holding up a middle finger.
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“That was mean,” Corden told his guest, adding: “90 percent of your IMDB page is shit,” he told Jackson. “People will only listen to what you say when [Quentin] Tarantino wrote it.”
“The only way you’re tearing into me is if I was a cake,” Jackson fought back.
Corden then asked, “Aren’t you rich enough now to say no to bank commercials? Seriously aren’t you? Aren’t you though?”
Jackson made it rain from his wallet to prove that yes, he is.
Check out the full rap battle via the clip above.