Watch Nev Schulman's Cringeworthy Rap on Nick Cannon Presents: Wild 'n Out

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Tonight on MTV's Nick Cannon Presents: Wild 'n Out, Catfish's Nev Schulman was the guest star, and unlike some other guest stars, he decided to jump right in.

Unfortunately for Nev, he sounds just like he does on his popular show, meaning it was quite a cringeworthy event.

Nev appeared to promote his latest season of Catfish on MTV, and he actually performed two different short raps during the show.

In the first, he messed up and asked for a do-over.

Later, during Wild Style, he tried to take down Nick Cannon with the following rhyme: "Okay Nick you were with Mariah, every dude dated that chick, but don't feel so bad she's the world's first catfish."

Schulman also did an uncomfortable line for Hood Jeopardy for things said on Catfish.

You can watch a clip of Nev rapping on the show below; we will post the other clip of Schulman rapping as soon as it becomes available.

Suffice it to say that our advice to Nev: stick to searching out catfishes, because we don't think anyone wants to see you rap again.

MTV's Catfish will be airing a huge new episode next Wednesday, which includes a catfish that disappears...and a husband.

Separately, on the other new episode of Wild'n Out tonight, Vic Mensa appeared and battled it out with Nick and the squad.

Mensa may have had one of the best battles ever on the show, taking down Nick's entire team in a series of rhymes.

Watch here:

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