ABC’s celebrity late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel admitted in 2013 to using the N-word several times while imitating rapper Snoop Dogg for a track they produced on a 1996 Christmas album. Now Fox News has leaked audio of Jimmy Kimmel using the racist slur.

Kimmel admitted using the N-word in a 2013 podcast obtained by Fox News. During the podcast, Kimmel impersonates another black figure, comedian George Wallace, and podcast host Adam Corolla called Kimmel’s voice to change his “crazy black voice.”

The 1996 Christmas album titled “A Family Christmas In Your Ass” was released from the “Kevin & Bean” radio show in California. Kimmel impersonated Snoop Dogg during a song called “Christmastime in the LBC,” which contained lyrics like “nigga in the manger” and “fat nigga in a sleigh giving shit away.” The host could also be heard singing, “Me and my nigga down in LBC; we’ll smoke that motherfucking Christmas tree.”

Someone on the podcast asked Kimmel if he only impersonated blacks, and he answered that he “prefers” them.

After the Fox News exclusive, Kimmel has been called out on social media for his racist slurs and recounted the many times that the host actually made fun and disrespected blacks.

One user told Kimmel, “Bye, racist Felicia.”

One recalled Kevin Hart’s issues that cost him his hosting gig in the Oscars and compared them to Kimmel’s, who was set to host the 2020 Emmy’s.

Another called for the cancellation of the late-night host.

One listed down Kimmel’s offenses, including using the n-word multiple times, doing blackface, and seemingly brushing off Megan Fox’s sensitive sexual assault story during one of his shows.

Even Donald Trump Jr. commented on the issue, saying, “according to the left’s own woke rules that @jimmykimmel wants to force others to live by, it’s hard to see how @ABCNetwork allows him to keep his show.

One user claimed that Kimmel knew issues would hit the fan; that’s why he took a two-month vacation.

Last week, Kimmel announced that he would take a hiatus from his late-night talk show to spend time with his family. His announcement came amid the resurgence of his blackface video.