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Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly reunite to perform Boats N Hoes for Snoop Dogg’s birthday

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The unexpected collaboration of Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly, and Snoop Dogg, serenading us with the catchy tune ‘Boats N Hoes’, is a delightful fusion that we never knew we craved.

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Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly reunite to perform Boats N Hoes for Snoop Dogg’s birthday

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The unexpected collaboration of Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly, and Snoop Dogg, serenading us with the catchy tune ‘Boats N Hoes’, is a delightful fusion that we never knew we craved.

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Over the weekend, the two actors came together to commemorate Snoop Dogg’s 52nd birthday.

Reilly and Ferrell have starred together in a multitude of movies, ranging from “Holmes & Watson” to “Talladega Nights: The Ballad Of Ricky Bobby.” However, it can be argued that their pinnacle achievement lies in their collaborative masterpiece, “Step Brothers,” released in 2008.

In the movie, which is about two step brothers, they develop an unexpected friendship and collaborate on a catchy single titled ‘Boats ‘N Hoes’.

To your memory, let me remind you of a few lines from the song: “Nachos, lemon heads, my dad’s boat, you wont go down ’cause my di*k can float!”

I’m baffled as to why the song failed to secure a Grammy Award.

15 years after the release of Step Brothers, Reilly and Ferrell proved their enduring knowledge of the side-splitting song by surprising Snoop, the mastermind behind ‘Drop It Like It’s Hot,’ with a memorable performance at the Best Night of Your Life 2 benefit show in LA.

Of course, Snoop joined them on stage as the trio delivered a stellar performance of their hit track, ‘Gin and Juice’.

The trio performed at the Best Night of Your Life 2 benefit show. Credits: YouTube/killercars4
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An clip of their performance has been widely celebrated as truly ‘legendary’ by viewers from all walks of life.

“THIS IS SO LEGENDARY!!!!!!!!!!!” wrote one excited individual.

“This is incredible,” added another, as a third labelled it ‘dope’.

“Life is complete,” penned someone else, and another fan even went as far as requesting that the three of them go on tour together.

I’d totally go.

S also graciously shared a captivating backstage video capturing their stellar performance.

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The clip begins with a display of the rapper’s lavish birthday cake. Ferrell proceeds to unveil the cake to Snoop, rolling it out for him to admire.

In a classic display of Snoop’s signature style, he proceeds to ignite his joint using one of the candles atop the cake.

Just like the birthday boy, the trio performed for the crowd, and in return, the crowd serenades him with a resounding rendition of ‘Happy Birthday’.

Snoop turned 52 on October 20.

Although the outstanding performance might have sparked anew your adoration for the comedic brilliance of Step Brothers, I advise against raising your expectations for a sequel.

John C. Reilly and Will Ferrell starred in Step Brothers together. Credits: Colombia Pictures

Frell and director Adam McKay established Gary Sanchez. However, following the box office failure of their film Holmes & Watson, they decided to close down the production studio in 2020.

Initially, it seemed the pair had parted ways amicably, but it was later revealed that they had a falling out and haven’t spoken in years.

Considering this, the prospects of Step Brothers 2 materializing any time soon seem rather dim.

In the words of Brennan Huff himself, this sucks camel d*cks.

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