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Watch Dillon Francis Eat Some Of The Hottest Wings On Earth Without Breaking A Sweat

First We Feat’s “Hot One’s Challenge” has built a reputation of destroying celebrities and pushing them to the brink of insanity, simply by feeding them ridiculously spicy chicken wings.

It kind of backfired this time around, though, as Dillon Francis, one of the most popular EDM DJs in the world, took on the challenge without breaking a sweat, and barely seemed bothered by the heat.

The show requires guests to eat 10 wings, each one hotter than the last, and it’s not often they get through them without panic and constant regret of life decisions. However, Francis was as cool as a cucumber, answered all the interview questions, and seemed only occasionally bothered by the fiery heat.

The interview itself was fantastic, as the hilarious DJ shared stories of getting pranked by DJ Snake, Canadian customs believing he had black tar heroin and child porn in his tour bus, and contemplating pulling out his penis while taking photos with fans.

Yeah, it was that kind of interview.

It should be noted that Francis admitted to not eating anything before the challenge, and after the show, with cameras still rolling, Francis was not as chill as he seemed during the interview, exclaiming, “I hate myself. My body is going to be so angry later. I’ve got milk and hot sauce just building inside of me!”


Maybe he didn’t completely flee the wrath of arguably the hottest wing challenge in the world, but he did a damn good job of seeming unbothered for a while, and told hilarious stories in the process.

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Watch Martin Garrix Immediately Regret This Hot Wing Challenge

At 20 years old, Martin Garrix is one of the most popular EDM artists in the world, killing it at festivals, and constantly creating chart-topping songs, but even the mightiest of people can be brought back down to Earth with a lineup of mouth-burning hot sauces.

Garrix jumped on First We Feasts‘ Hot Ones Challenge and tried to conquer 10 of the hottest sauces you’ll ever see.

It starts off pretty easy, with a wing coated in Sriracha, but as soon as he got to wing number seven, which is called “Pain 100%” he really started losing control of his thoughts and movements.

Even downing glass after glass of milk, the poor kid was losing his mind, all for the chance to plug his new song, In The Name of Love. Hopefully it was all worth it.

Watch Garrix’s attempt to go through these hot wings, and try to answer question below:


Massive EDM x Sriracha Rave Coming to California


Peace, Love, Unity, Respect, and Cock Sauce?

In what’s probably the most sensational festival news ever, San Jose, Calif.-based catering company Moveable Feast is hosting the world’s first Electronic Sriracha Festival next month. And yes, that’s ESF, as in Electronic Dance Music and red hot Sriracha sauce. Fuuuuuuu

Set to happen the Saturday of Labor Day Weekend at St. James Park in San Jose, the pulse-pounding food and music event promises “2 city blocks, 3 stages of electronic music, 4 bars, and 120 sriracha-infused dishes,” with the official line-up to be announced next Monday.

Pack your water bottles!

You can also sign up for pre-sale discount ticket access here.