In the latest episode of GQ's Most Expensivest Shit, rapper 2 Chainz gets a taste of $600 coffee made from the feces of civet cats.

In what is yet another hilarious clip in the series, the Georgia rapper meets coffee expert Jeremy Kuempel to try out Kopi Luwak — a particular kind of blend that includes part-digested coffee cherries eaten and then defecated by the Asian palm civet. It sounds disgusting, but some can sell for over $1,000 per pound.

The one 2 Chainz tries out, which he names "cat shit coffee," costs $600 per pound, with each cup worth between $25 and $50. When asked whether he can tell the difference, 2 Chainz replies "hell naw," but later starts counting the cash needed to purchase the coffee, and the $9k worth of equipment used to create the perfect cup of joe.

The price clearly doesn't bother him, but he has other concerns  — can you drink this coffee if you're allergic to cats? Watch the clip in full above. When you've finished, watch him playing with world's most expensive cats below.

After that, watch these guys compare a $4 burger and a $777 burger.

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