Paris Hilton’s racism is well documented (like that infamous video of her in a club where she looked into a camera and said, “We’re like two niggers.”). In his forthcoming book Everyone Loves You When You’re Dead, professional poon-chaser Neil Strauss adds another instance of Hilton horror: When she was 18, Paris apparently told Strauss she had a “one percent” rule against dating black men. “I can’t stand black guys. I would never touch one. It’s gross.”
LA Weekly provides the excerpt, in which a young Paris talks about making out with Vin Diesel before realizing he’s partly black and contemplates sexually extorting her father:
PARIS HILTON: I had a breast job when I was fourteen, but my mother made me take them out.
How old are you now?
HILTON: I’m eighteen.
Are you working?
HILTON: I’m thinking about posing for Playboy. They love famous people’s kids.
HILTON: I don’t know. And the only reason I’d do it is because when my dad finds out, he’ll pay me double the money not to do it.
HILTON: I went out with that guy last night.
HILTON (points to an actor in Saving Private Ryan): We were making out, but then we went somewhere where it was bright and I saw he was black and made an excuse and left. I can’t stand black guys. I would never touch one. It’s gross. (pauses) Does that guy look black to you?
How black does a guy have to be?
HILTON: One percent is enough for me.
Thanks to this, hundreds of thousands of black men do not have herpes. African-American community, rejoice!