Wu-Tang Clan members Method Man and Ghostface Killah appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night in a skit about their album Once Upon A Time In Shaolin, which "Pharma Bro" Martin Shkreli bought the only existing copy of and was ordered to forfeit the album as part of his criminal sentence. The album is now reportedly in the hands of the U.S. government, and in the Colbert skit, Meth and Ghost argued with "Jeff Sessions" (played by a Keebler elf cookie and voiced by Stephen Colbert) that "the album belongs to the people." Via Rolling Stone:

Keebler Sessions – who said that Method Man and Ghostface were "two of my favorite Clan members, right up there with Inspectah Deck and David Duke" – refused to give up the album.

"Sorry bitches, I'm not handing over anything for free. As you can see from my profile, I'm filled with C.R.E.A.M. Cash Rules Everything Around Me," cookie Sessions said.

Method Man and Ghostface settle the dispute with the cookie attorney general by "ancient ways of Shaolin." "Brace yourself for combat," Ghostface Killah said before Method Man snatched the cookie from Colbert's hand and ate it. The two rappers then departed the stage.

Watch below. The episode also featured an interview with James Comey, and you can see an Instagram of Ghostface Killah and Method Man pictured with Comey, below.

This follows Ghostface Killah performing at a White Castle in Bushwick last week, in celebration of the fast-food chain's new Impossible Slider. Ghostface also has upcoming tour dates.