Edgy Podcaster flat out asked OJ Simpson about Nicole’s death

The OJ Simpson trial remains a captivating and unparalleled cultural phenomenon that continues to intrigue people to this day. Despite overwhelming evidence, Simpson was acquitted of the slaying, leading to a series of events that would eventually land him in jail.

For those seeking a comprehensive exploration of the trial and its surrounding racial tensions, the docu-series “OJ: Made in America” comes highly recommended. This gripping documentary offers an in-depth look into O.J. Simpson’s life, career, and the societal dynamics that influenced the trial.

Another valuable resource shedding light on the trial is Jeffrey Toobin’s book. Toobin, known for his 2020 zoom scandal, presents a compelling account of how Simpson’s substantial legal budget played a significant role in securing his acquittal.

While Simpson may have escaped criminal conviction, he was found guilty in the civil trial, which resulted in a hefty $33 million judgment against him, awarded to the family of Ron Goldman. However, the struggle to collect this sum has persisted over the years.

As late as 2021, Simpson claimed to be actively searching for the “real” perpetrator, expressing concerns about becoming a victim himself. This narrative has continued to fuel ridicule surrounding the case.

The controversial book “If I Did It” adds another layer to the story. Co-authored by O.J. Simpson and Pablo Fenjves, the book presents a hypothetical account of the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. While Simpson’s former manager denies his involvement in writing the book, Simpson allegedly accepted a substantial sum of $600,000 from ReganBooks and News Corporation to claim authorship and participate in an interview.

In 2008, Simpson faced a new legal battle when he was found guilty of robbery. He received a 33-year prison sentence, with the possibility of parole after nine years (in October 2017). In a surprising turn of events, Simpson was granted parole on July 20, 2017, and subsequently released from prison three months later.

Recently, Simpson made a guest appearance on the Nelk boys’ Full Send podcast, where he was once again confronted about his perspective on an alternative culprit.

In a tense video clip, Kyle Forgeard presses Simpson for an answer, creating a palpable silence that leaves Simpson visibly uncomfortable.

Despite the pressure, Simpson avoids directly addressing the question, stating, “Right now, I’m not going to discuss any of that. Yeah, I think that’s a pretty obvious question. But I’m not getting in that. I’m not going there.”

This interaction draws parallels to Simpson’s cameo in Sacha Baron Cohen’s “This is America” in 2019. Rumored to have received a substantial cash payment of over $20,000, Simpson’s appearance in the film caused a stir, as he crossed paths with Cohen’s alter ego in a hotel room.

Podcaster Asks OJ What He Thinks About Nicole’s Death
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O.J. Simpson’s story remains an enigma, leaving unanswered questions and a lasting unsettled legacy. Despite his acquittal, his trial and subsequent events have continued to captivate the public’s attention, highlighting the complex nature of the criminal justice system and the lasting impact of high-profile cases.

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