This isn't to say that Bellamy thinks his original tweet included an incorrect photo of the sandwich.
"[Y]ou know what it's kind of crazy because it's different now that I know what actually goes inside of it, and I know what actually the process is in terms of making it. It's actually good pork," he said.
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While Imahara's only comment about his first taste of the McRib is that it's "a lot messier than a lot of the other things," Bellamy sings the sandwich's praises.
"All of my questions have been answered," he said. "The sandwich is pretty good, man. It's actually really good."
McDonald's is banking on videos like these to emphasize the quality of its food and change its public perception, which has been impacted by uproar about its former inclusion of pink slime and a meat scandal earlier this year in China.
Sales also have been struggling at the fast food giant. During September, the company saw comparable sales drop sharply to the tune of 4.1 percent in the U.S.