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Method Man and Redman Go Vegetarian

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Not all teasing is bad. At least, not for Redman and Method Man. After years of being made fun of by Wu-Tang Clan founder GZA, the two have gone vegetarian.

According to ABC Kero-Bakersfield, the hip hop stars gave up their steaks in exchange for veggies just like GZA, a longtime vegetarian. GZA told RedBullUSA.com about the change, “I used to tease Meth all the time about him eating steaks, use to tell him he was ‘Eatin’ a pig p**sy T-bone’. He hated that s**t, but he just recently came up to me and said both he and Redman are vegetarians now.”

That’s one way to get your friends to go veg. Tease the heck out of them until they give up. Maybe just take Def Leppard’s Phil Collen’s advice and say, “Look, kids at school are going to give you shit at some point so just tell them that they’re eating assholes and eyeballs.”

Remember the days when vegetarians were the only ones being made fun of? What a difference a few decades makes.

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  • Magdalena

    You will only find “eyeballs and assholes” in hamburgers and hot dogs. Especially hot dogs.

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