WATCH: Harry Styles gobbles up cod sperm to dodge telling Kendall which songs he wrote for her

Harry Styles (Photo: Screengrab, YouTube)
Harry Styles (Photo: Screengrab, YouTube)

Cape Town - In the role of guest host on The Late Night Show this week, Harry Styles played a round of Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts with ex-beau Kendall Jenner.

According to Variety, the Lights Up the singer challenged Kendall (24) to the game – whereby the two asked one another personal questions, at the risk of eating from an array of gross food in front of them if they don’t answer truthfully.

On a mission to make Harry (25) squirm, Kendall asked a probing question about their past relationship. They dated between 2013 and 2014 but kept their relationship under wraps.

Khloé Kardashian, Kendall’s sister, later confirmed their relationship but said it never made it past 2016.

"Which songs on your last album were about me?" Kendall asked Harry.

"Oh God," the singer responded, burying his head in his hands.

According to the Mirror, his lyrics have hinted that he’d cheated on past girlfriends and revealing that to the Victoria’s Secret model could land him in big trouble.

He took his time deliberating over what was worse – answering the question with a track name, answering "none", or eating cod sperm.

He eventually decided cod sperm was the easier option and forced down the fish dish.

Kendall told Styles to "just swallow it" when he took his time over it.

"To spit or to swallow, that is the question," he added with a mischievous wink before spitting it out.

The cheeky songwriter had earlier commented on the concoction, questioning how the sperm had been harvested from the cod in the first place.

Reports by Metro claim cod sperm is chewy in texture and likely to leave an unpleasant aftertaste.


Sources: Variety, Mirror, Metro

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