Will Ferrell’s Reddit AMA gatecrashed by Snoop Dogg demanding cowbells

Fans following the question and answer session were surprised when the rapper logged on and hijacked the conversation

Will Ferrell’s time to bask in the blinding light of his own hilarity during a scheduled Reddit AMA appearance was overshadowed by one rapper, who gatecrashed the conversation to demand more cowbell.

Fans following the question and answer session were surprised when Snoop Dogg logged on and interrupted to ask the Anchor Man star whether he would guest on his new album.

‘Of course!” Ferrell replied. “I’m absolutely game, Snoop. I’ve also got some beats that I want to run by you. I’m warning you now, they’re not good.”

“In fact, I just talked myself out of it,” he then added. “I’m not going to show them to you.”

Making reference to his laugh-a-minute performance in the film Step Brothers with John C Reilly, Snoop then asked the actor if he’d like to ‘climb some trees’ with him.

“Boats n h**s part 2 uhearme !! we may need 2 climb some trees first,” Snoop said.

Ferrell replied: “I got a lot of trees at my house. Eucalyptus, pine and california oak.”

“I got them trees too but u might not make it back down. u a real playa, come thru my GGN show sometime,” Snoop messaged back.

The only other vaguely interesting thing that happened during the entire AMA was when Ferrell joked about competing against Tobey Maguire for the role of Spider-Man.

He was, however, “too fat for the suit”, he claims to have been told.

No, we didn’t laugh either.

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