Rick Ross Questions DJ Khaled About How Almond Milk Is Made, Says He’s Afraid of It

Rick Ross and DJ Khaled square off in the first episode of 'GQ Hype Debate' with the former asking the latter about the origins of almond milk.

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GQ recently released an episode of Hype Debate with Rick Ross and DJ Khaled in which the two got into a hilarious discussion over how almond milk is made. 

The two were tasked with talking through what each of them believed to be the best snack item. Ross went with his own “Rozay Cheddar” Rap Snacks potato chips, while Khaled suggested Cinnamon Toast Crunch, specifically with almond milk. Rozay was receptive to Khaled’s choice, but admittedly couldn’t get passed his choice of milk. 

“I’m still not up on the almond milk,” Ross said. “Rozay still frightened…I’m frightened.”

“I just got up on two percent milk a couple years ago. Now y’all trying to conspiracy,” he continued before asking, “And this I the question: Is it from the almond of the walnut? Is they squeezing it out of the peanut?”

DJ Khaled responded, “I don’t have that answer and I usually have every answer.”

Khaled ultimately sided with Ross because he was sold on the argument that the “Rozay Cheddar” potato chips were a pivotal purchase when you’re perusing through 7-Eleven at 4:47 a.m. in search of the perfect snack, and you find a bag with the face of the Richer Than I Ever Been rapper on it.  

According to WebMD, almond milk is made by “grinding almonds with water, straining the liquid, and adding vitamins and minerals.” The beverage serves as a dairy alternate for those who are either vegan or lactose intolerant. 

Check out the premiere of GQ’s Hype Debate up top.  

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