O.J Simpson squirms as Sacha Baron Cohen calls him a 'lady-killer'


From accused child molester Roy Moore being scanned with a "pedophile detector" to former Sheriff Joe Arpaio saying he "may" accept oral sex from President Donald Trump, British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen's provocative Showtime series "Who Is America?" has had some really uncomfortable moments.

Cohen had more success pranking Simpson, the former National Football League runningback who in 1995 was found not guilty of murdering his ex-wife Nicole Brown and her friend Ron Goldman.

"Cohen also responded to Palin in a letter written in character as Ruddick, writing: "I only fought for my country once - when I shot a Mexican who came onto my property".

The British actor/comedian doesn't get a confession, though; OJ only replies, "No, I didn't kill anybody", while laughing. Nor did she draw a connection when Monaldo brought up Simpson's appearances in "The Naked Gun" franchise.

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Former congressman Barney Frank was a skeptical guest on the finale of Sacha Baron Cohen's "Who Is America?". After Christina left, Gio admitted that "sometimes I want to kill her", and the two laughed and high-fives as they joked about how he could do it (options included sending her on a private helicopter tour over the Grand Canyon and making sure that her bungee jump cord is too long). He then makes multiple references about murdering people and even name drops O.J.'s then-lawyer, Johnnie Cochran. Simpson said. "Help me!" Now that it's reached its totally-final conclusion, what do you think we learned, if anything?

Simpson insisted he only wanted to retrieve personal mementos and items that were 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.

Monaldo then jokes that he and Simpson are "lady killers", to which the disgraced athlete laughs.

Stop the planet, I want to get off. "In Italian, it translates to, uh, somebody who, uh, murders women". However, that didn't stop Baron Cohen from continuing to push Simpson on the topic, and the resulting interview is every bit as cringeworthy as you would imagine. He was found not guilty by a jury after a lengthy trial.