Cannon, who also appeared on the '90s sketch comedy show, aimed for Kel as he referenced his famous catchphrase "aw here it goes" and quoted that he also "loves orange soda." But while Cannon's rhymes were mild, Kel went vicious as he claimed to still work for "Nick Nick Nick" (as in Nickelodeon) and that the Wild 'N Out cast works for Nick Nick Nick (as in Nick Cannon) but the 'only difference is [Kel] didn't suck no..." You know the rest. "I thought we came to play," said Kel after he busted out the Nae Nae in front of a cheering crowd.
Cannon later came back to criticize Kel for "always wearing dresses" on the '90s show (transphobic much?). He also said that instead of Kenan and Kel, "they should have named it Kenan and Fail." Ouch.
The red team's Justina then came for the entire team. "I'm a dude, he's a dude, she's a dude," said Kel pointing to the red-head. Ehh, more transphobia.
All That aired on Nick from 1994 to 2005 with Amanda Bynes, Josh Server, and Lori Beth Denberg alongside Kenan, Kel, Nick, and more. It later spun off into other series for the actors like The Amanda Show, Kenan & Kel, and Drake & Josh. Kenan and Kel also teamed up for the classic film Good Burger which may have a sequel in the works.
Get your '90s nostalgic fix and check out the clip above.