Published: Thu, August 30, 2018
Culture | By Wayne Carr

Sacha Baron Cohen interviews OJ Simpson about a murder fantasy

Sacha Baron Cohen interviews OJ Simpson about a murder fantasy

Simpson immediately denied the accusation, saying, "No, I didn't kill nobody".

Cohen confided in Simpson that they are more alike than different. According to The Hollywood Reporter's recap of the episode, Cohen's character pretended to interview Simpson for a show called La Vita Diamante di Gio, which served as a spoof of the show Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous. Baron Cohen has honed his comedic chops throughout the show's first season and, so far, his guest list never disappoints.

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"Maybe I send her on a bungee jump [makes a cutting motion] oops, the cord", Gio said, after joking that they are both "ladykillers", as reported by Rolling Stone. We had been divorced.

This time around, however, a hidden camera captured Cohen attempting to get the former National Football League star to admit to the 1994 murder of his ex-wife by suggesting that he also murdered his ex-wife.

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"Cut the cord extra long", Simpson replied. "What, you did no longer abolish him too, did you?"

"He's obsessed about what happened the night with the wife and he wants you to tell him", Baron Cohen says.

"Stop! Jesus Christ, man!" OJ Simpson, whose fame originally stemmed from his athletic career but later became notoriety after he was accused of killing his wife and her lover, was the subject of a circus-like murder trial.

"We want you to be 100% truthful about how you got away with it", Cohen said. "I didn't "get away" with nothing".

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For her part, the aforementioned Olympios spoke to Vulture about when Cohen pranked her and said she has no idea why he singled her out.

Simpson waved his hands and said "no" while still laughing. You know, it's not what it sounds like.

While Baron Cohen failed to elicit a confession from Simpson, he did manage to give one last jab to Sarah Palin in the show's credits, giving her props for being a "Special Publicity Consultant (Inadvertent)".

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Simpson, who was acquitted on criminal murder charges in 1995, was found liable two years later in civil court and ordered to pay $33.5 million in damages to the Brown and Goldman families. The former vice presidential candidate wrote in the social media post that she was interviewed by Baron Cohen "heavily disguised as a disabled US Veteran, fake wheelchair and all".

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