Finally, The Wu-Tang Clan Goes To Outer Space (Sort Of)

It's one small step for man, one giant leap for the Wu.

You may recall that, a few weeks ago, legendary rap crew the Wu-Tang Clan and White Castle (yes, that White Castle) teamed up to promote the burger chain's new line of vegan sliders. Now you can watch the first episode of a new web series where the Wu-Tang Clan eat Impossible sliders in space. It's called, fittingly, 'Wu-Tang In Space Eating Impossible Sliders'.

Watch Ghostface Killah, the GZA and an "all-knowing supreme data system" called the RZA 9000 as they answer viewer questions and eat burgers:

Only one question remains after watching this: Is 6-year-old Jolee now an official member of the Wu-Tang Clan?

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