This man was challenged to include Wu-Tang Clan lyrics in a TV debate and he did it brilliantly

The Rza, The Gza, OI' Dirty B*****d, Inspectah Deck, Raekwon the Chef, Ghostface Killah, U-God, The Method Man and...Dylan Alcott?

Rap gods, The Wu-Tang Clan appeared to gain a new member this week in the form of Australian TV/ radio presenter and wheelchair athlete Dylan Alcott.

The 27-year-old appeared on a recent episode of Australia's ABC panel show Q&A (the Down Under version of Question Time) but before doing so he accepted a task.

While working as a presenter on the station Triple J, Dylan was contacted by his listeners who challenged him to drop as many Wu-Tang Clan lyrics into his appearance as possible.

Before we go any further, we should point out that Dylan is a massive Wu-Tang Clan fan and once performed on stage with Ghostface Killah at a festival in 2014 so it's safe to say that he knows his way around the 36 Chambers.

Not only did Dylan succeed in his challenge passed with flying colours, asserting himself as a master of Shaolin style.

What's probably most impressive about this feat is that he managed to cram all these references and Wu-Tang hand gesture into very serious discussions about disability, politics and inclusivity.

It went down a treat on social media.

Speaking about his appearance afterwards, he told Triple J:

You’re thinking about what you’re going to talk about, what they’re going to ask and you get really nervous. I’m thinking, can I get the Wu-Tang lyrics in? 

I’m pretty shaky and all I was thinking about was trying to get these answers across because I was so passionate about it and the crowd was awesome.

Dylan. Power. Equality. Always see everything, my brother.

We are already looking forward to the next time you decide to 'Bring Da Ruckus.'

HT Mashable

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