DJ Khaled is a man of many adjectives, as made evident by his appearance last night on CBS' The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. From music to books to Snapchat, it's amazing he's remained so humble. But the secrets to modesty weren't all that was alluded to during last night's visit. Rather, the proud father Khaled seems to be doing everything except sleep these days (Although he says he usually gets four hours, sometimes 6 if he's blessed).
Khaled, now a New York Times Best-Selling author, had some fun discussing his new book The Keys, including letting Colbert in on who "they" are. In efforts to help combat "they," Khaled also unveiled new cocoa butter specially created to help ward "they" off. Fans who want similar protection from "they" can find it on store shelves this winter.
The most interesting moment came from Colbert showing Khaled footage of President Barack Obama entering the 2013 White House Correspondents Dinner to Khaled's "All I Do is Win." Khaled's relieved response that he's passed all the security tests required for such a position is the best reaction we could have asked for. That's a major key.