Who Is America?: Sacha Baron Cohen tries to draw OJ Simpson confession

Who Is America?: Sacha Baron Cohen tries to draw OJ Simpson confession

Who Is America?: Sacha Baron Cohen tries to draw OJ Simpson confession

For the season finale, Baron Cohen, under the guise of an Italian billionaire and famed photographer named Gio Monaldo, interviewed OJ Simpson for a show called "The Diamond Life of Gio", which highlights the lives of the immensely wealthy and famous. The reason? She was interviewed by Cohen for the show but was fooled by his prosthetics, and she took to Facebook to denounce him as a way to try to get ahead of the story so she could try to gain some semblance of control over the situation.

The character made constant references to Simpson killing his ex-wife, but instead of flat-out denying them, he was getting a real kick out of the sick jokes.

He adds: "We're both...how you say...lady killers".

Earlier in the segment, when Monaldo attempted to introduce Simpson to his girlfriend, who didn't seem to recognize the man at all, Cohen's character mimicked a stabbing motion towards her face, prompting the woman to exclaim, "O.J.!" Simpson on Sunday's final episode of "Who Is America?".

After an awkward moment, Simpson told Gio to "stop".

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"No, I ain't kill nobody", Simpson said, laughing. "Maybe I send her on a bungee jump, you know, oh the cord!"

Simpson insisted he only wanted to retrieve personal mementoes and items stolen from him following his acquittal in Los Angeles in the 1994 slayings of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ronald Goldman.

"Well, first off she wasn't my wife, we had been divorced we had been separated for two years", Simpson explains. Monaldo fails to elicit a confession from Simpson, who says that he "didn't "get away" with nothing".

Simpson was released to parole October 1 after nine years in prison for leading five men, including two with guns, in a September 2007 confrontation with two sports collectibles dealers at a Las Vegas casino hotel.

Though a jury acquitted Simpson in the infamous criminal trial, the football-player-turned-actor was found liable for their deaths in the 1997 civil case.

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