The Godfather has said that no member of the Nation of Domination took it personally when D-Generation X wore blackface to imitate them, during a 1998 episode of RAW.
Speaking on Wrestling Inc's WINCLY Podcast, the former Intercontinental Champion, real name Charles Wright revealed everything was fine, despite X-Pac portraying African-American Superstar Mark Henry.
He said: "It was just us having fun. You look back at it now and you're like, 'wow, that would never go across today.
"Back then no one was thinking about it being racist, we didn't think that way."
Wright also spoke about the Nation's feud with biker-gang, the Disciples of Apocalypse, and revealed an embarrassing secret about the group.
"You wanna hear a fun story about the DOA? I had to teach all of them guys how to ride motorcycles... none of them knew how to ride a Harley, so I had to go out there and teach them how to ride Harleys", he revealed.
Wright was a long-time member of the WWF roster, working as Papa Shango during the early 90s, before becoming shoot fighter Kama in 1995, before settling as the Godfather in the Attitude Era.