Offset was joined by the actual Ric Flair in the ring as he performed “Ric Flair Drip” on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” Tuesday.
Offset, 26, got a little help from the song’s namesake, as Flair, 69, could be seen dancing alongside him on the show while Metro Boomin did his bit on the keyboard just outside the ropes.
Retired professional wrestler Flair donned an equally-as-glamorous get-up as Offset for the performance, with him wearing a red and gold robe, while the rapper opted for a purple number.
This wasn’t the only track Offset belted out Tuesday night, with him also rapping his recipe for chicken stir-fry.
He then teamed up with Fallon to take part in a game of “Catchphrase” alongside former “Saturday Night Live” star Michael Che and “Community” actor Joel McHale.
Offset’s latest appearance comes after the rapper, Metro Boomin and 21 Savage released their official video for their latest single. And who better to star in the vid than their new wrestling pal?
Inspired by Flair’s legendary penchant for braggadocio and luxury, the foursome had no problem flashing their wealth for the camera.
Offset and Flair even paid homage to the latter’s wrestling career by donning shiny robes, adorned with the words “Nature Boy”.