Cheetos mascot makes diss track for Chance The Rapper, Doritos
The company made a diss track directed at Doritos and Chance The Rapper following their Super Bowl commercial last Sunday. In the ad, Chance The Rapper remixed the Backstreet Boys’ iconic song “I Want It That Way.” However, it didn’t take long for competing company, Cheetos, to fire back.
During the Doritos Super Bowl ad, the company unveils their latest flavor, Flamin’ Hot Nacho. Of course, Cheetos was not about to stand for Doritos taking their spotlight. In the video, Chester Cheetah raps about the brand’s famous Flamin’ Hot Cheetos, claiming that Doritos “can’t rep the Flamin’ Hot name.”
“You got celebs and a remix song, but like a bag of Cheetos, you won’t last long,” Chester Cheetah raps. “So next time you try to take what I got, I’m flamin’ hot and you’re flamin’ not.”
Check out Chester Cheetah’s diss track below.
If you need a refresher, you can watch Doritos’ ad with Chance The Rapper below.
Whether you think Chester Cheetahs’ verse is “fire” or straight cringy, there is no question debating the spiciness of the actual product.
“I went to the hospital today, [and I’m] getting ready to pack for this tour,” he says in an Instagram video. ”I just want everyone to know I was in the hospital not due to any drugs, but I guess I ate too many hot cheetos. It ripped something in my stomach open, so I puked a little blood, [but] we good.”
However, after a few days, the rapper went back to eating his favorite snack.
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