If you’re waiting for Leonardo DiCaprio to cease to amaze you with his acting antics, pull up a chair. It’ll be a while.
Leo’s latest shot at elusive Oscar glory is going quite smoothly this time around. He snagged the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Drama during this Sunday’s awards for his role in The Revenant, and delivered a speech imploring our nation as a whole to pay more attention to the plight of indigenous and first nation people “represented in this film.” It’s a good position for DiCaprio to be in, considering the winner of the Golden Globe for a particular category is often an indicator of who will take home the coveted Academy Award for said category when the Oscars airs in April.
Still, ever the trickster, DiCaprio and co-star Tom Hardy apparently had a plan in place to reference a “Bobby Shmurda” line–“shut your traphouse”–in the movie, but it didn’t make the final cut. They mentioned this casually while discussing an intense, “emotional” burial scene from the movie, which would’ve been an interesting use of the Shmurda line. Watch DiCaprio and Hardy’s full chat above, or just keep looping the hilarious Vine clip below.