Lucas “Whaboom” Yancey is speaking out about his short-lived stint on “The Bachelorette,” admitting he wasn’t exactly looking for love with leading lady rachel lindsay. In a new interview on The Domenick Nati Show on iHeartRadio, Yancey revealed that only 50 percent of him was looking for love and 50 percent was looking for fame when he signed on to the ABC reality show. But Lucas quickly qualified his comment about looking for fame.

Lucas said he doesn't care about being famous, but that he just wanted to show the world his bold personality.

He also teased that he Whaboom is just "the tip of the iceberg" and that he still has “a lot more to bring to the table.” While he doesn’t aspire to be famous, Whaboom admitted he would love to compete on “Dancing With the Stars.”

The lowdown on the Blake’s banana

While it’s not a total shocker that Lucas and his booming Whaboom persona weren’t all-in when it came to finding a wife on “The Bachelorette,” it is more surprising that the reality star admitted he may have embellished a homophobic story he told Rachel about Blake Elarbee, who has been his rival ever since they both appeared on WeTV’s “Ex Isle” last summer.

Lucas told Nati the story that Blake licked a banana while hovering on top of him “may or may not have happened" and that he pleads the fifth regarding the alleged incident.

But Whaboom noted that it is definitely in Blake’s wheelhouse to do such a thing. “Could have been a nightmare, could have been real,” Whaboom teased of the Blake banana story.

Most guys are playing games

Whaboom also admitted that he knew he wasn’t the right guy for Rachel. He pointed to Josiah Graham as the perfect type for the 31-year-old Dallas attorney.

Whaboom revealed that almost all of Rachel’s suitors are just on the show as a game–including guys that make it to the Top 4—and that the only serious contestants are Josiah and Peter Kraus. 'Who meets someone for five minutes and says I'm in love with you?" Whaboom said of the unreal reality show.

Whaboom said that while he found a “fun, loving” friendship with Rachel, it lacked “whaboom-ness.” He did reveal that he thinks Rachel Lindsay found her true love on “The Bachelorette.”

Lucas may not be looking for fame, but he’s happy to capitalize on his signature phrase. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Yancey sells t-shirts with his “Whaboom” catchphrase on his website.

You can listen to Lucas Yancey’s entire interview with Domenick Nati in the video below.