Nick Cannon has addressed Eminem's controversial unreleased track from back in 1988, where he dissed Black women, sharing why he would never date one.
"Blacks and whites they sometimes mix/But black girls only want your money 'cause they're dumb chicks/Don't date a black girl/If you do it once you won't do it twice/Black girls are dumb, and white girls are good chicks." Em rapped on the song, which was unveiled back in 2003 by The Source.
During a sitdown with VladTV, Cannon explained that institutional racism helped the rapper to hold onto the top spot in the game.
"Like he's sorry for his individual racism, definitely, I believe he's sincerely sorry for saying the things he said when he was younger," Cannon explained. "But he's not sorry for his institutional racism because he's a product of it. And that's why people call him a God and a G.O.A.T. because of institutional racism."
The unreleased track is one of the biggest blemishes on Eminem's career and gets brought up regularly by Em critics.
"The tape ... was something I made out of anger, stupidity and frustration when I was a teenager. I'd just broken up with my girlfriend, who was African American, and I reacted like the angry, stupid kid I was. I hope people will take it for the foolishness that it was, not for what somebody is trying to make it into today," he said in a statement at the time.