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Nick Cannon may be public enemy #1 amongst Caucasians for morphing into a whiteface character, but he’s out to prove he’s not a racist as he promotes his new album White People Party Music. Even if that means cleaning out his closet and openly admitting to sleeping with a host of famous people, including the biggest white celebutante out, Kim Kardashian.

Cannon was recently on Big Boy’s Neighborhood and he took the bait–hook, line and sinker in a game they called “Gimme 5.” Big Boy asked the Wild ‘N Out leader to name at least five celebrities he had pounded out like a meatloaf on a kitchen counter top. Nick easily obliged assuming that the names he was spouting off were already public knowledge.

After getting a pass for copping out by citing his wife Mariah Carey, Cannon went all the way in saying, “Christina Milian, Nicole Scherzinger, Selita Ebanks and um…oh yeah, Kim Kardashian! Bow! This was easy!”

The conclusion of his countdown was met with a blank stare by Big who had forgotten that the two were an item back in 2006. “You just forget since there’s been a lot of people since me,” he laughed.

Cannon recently spoke about his decision to break things off with the ubiquitous model for her lying about the existence of her infamous sex tape with Ray J.

“We talked about this tape…And she told me there was no tape,” he told Howard Stern in December. If she might have been honest with me I might have tried to hold her down and be like ‘That was before me’ because she is a great girl. She’s actually one of the nicest people you’ll ever meet. But the fact that she lied and told me that there was no tape? And I still think she might have even had a part to play with it.”

Many people forget that Cannon is a comedian and like many before him, reality plays a huge role in the show.

Check out the unedited, uncensored, unfiltered and explicit interview in the video below. When Mariah gets back into the states, there most likely will be a timeout session scheduled. By the way, White People Party Music releases on April 1. That is no joke.

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