LL Cool J has revealed he may take a cheat day on maintaining his jacked physique, thanks to Eminem.

On Friday (November 10), LL took to social media, where he gave a warm shoutout to the Detroit superstar upon receiving a jar of his new Mom’s Spaghetti Pasta Sauce.

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“Mr. Marshall, thank you for the Mom’s Spaghetti sauce, man,” he began holding a jar of Em’s recent culinary drop. “Yo, once I hook this up, I’ma tear it up, baby. I appreciate you. I’m gonna have to go left on my diet for a minute but it’s all good.”

He continued, “I appreciate you man. Let’s get it. And I had fun at the restaurant in Detroit. See you soon, baby. Peace.” The rapper-actor kept the caption short and sweet, writing: “@eminem Thank you B!!”

Watch the video clip below.

Last month, Em announced the release of something new – but it wasn’t the new music fans were hoping for — it was Mom’s Spaghetti Pasta Sauce.

“From the D 2 ur kitchen [spaghetti emoji] #momsspaghetti sauce is droppin,” he wrote via Instagram alongside a promo clip for the goods. The sauce was up for grabs days later.

The announcement received a lukewarm reception from fans who, while excited for the launch, would have rather had new rhymes.

“Marshall, the sauce we really want is the album,” one person commented, while another wrote: “Drop the bomb tracks tho Marshall.”

A third person wrote: “Not the drop I wanted, but I’ll take 10.”

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In music news, LL, who has played a critical role in shaping Hip Hop, recently had the opportunity to honor one of his very own heroes, DJ Kool Herc.

Last week, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony took place at the Barclays Center in New York City, where the Def Jam icon welcomed the 68-year-old legend into the Hall in its Musical Influence category. Herc is widely credited with DJing the party that marked the birth of Hip Hop, on August 11, 1973.

“It’s a culture that changed my life and changed the lives of millions and millions of people,” LL said of Hip Hop. “When Herc first started, there were no accountants or record companies that believed in it. But Herc believed in it.

“This is Hip Hop’s 50th anniversary, so it’s all the more appropriate that were are here to honor and recognize one of the founding fathers of hip-hop, DJ Kool Herc.”

The Bronx turntablist then took the stage along with his sister, Cindy Campbell, who threw and promoted the now-legendary party, which was put on to get her money for new school clothes.

Tearing up, Herc said: “All the people, man, built me up. But my sister, she needs some props, too.”

Other notable inductees of the night included Missy Elliott, the first female rapper ever inducted into the Hall.

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