Ghostface Killah and Method Man stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert earlier this week and demanded their Wu-tang Clan album, Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, gets returned to it’s rightful owners.

Back in December 2015, Martin Shkreli bought the only copy of the album for $2 million. Earlier this year, in March, Shkreli was sentenced to seven years in prison for securities fraud and the album has now been placed in the hands of U.S. Attorney General, Jeff Sessions.

For a comedy sketch about the fate of their Once Upon a Time in Shaolin album, Ghost and Meth confront Jeff Sessions, portrayed by a Keebler elf cookie and voiced by Colbert, asking him to give the album back. “That album belongs to the people,” Method Man tells the Sessions-Keebler elf cookie.

Refusing to return the album, the Sessions-Keebler elf cookie torments the Wu rappers by calling himself an “old dirty bastard.” Meth corrects him cutting him off, “I knew Ol’ Dirty Bastard, He was a friend of mine. And you, sir, are no Ol’ Dirty Bastard.”

Watch the hilarious skit up top.

Also, former FBI director James Comey stopped by The Late Show, and Ghostface snapped a picture of himself and Method Man with him, adding that they appointed to help find the lost record. “Workin on getting that album back from the feds… wu Tang forever @comey”