Sacha Baron Cohen Says The WHO IS AMERICA? Party Is Over

Sacha Baron Cohen says he and guest O.J. Simpson are 'ladykillers' on Who Is America? finale

Sacha Baron Cohen character interviews OJ Simpson on 'Who is America' and jokes about killing women

Cape Town - It seems like Sacha Baron Cohen left the most controversial interview for last in his much talked-about new TV show, Who is America.

Sacha Baron Cohen has been taking no prisoners with his Showtime series Who Is America?

However, Simpson laughed and said, "No, I didn't kill nobody".

With Christina out of the room, Monaldo then admits "sometimes I want to completely killer her", prompting Simpson to awkwardly chuckle, "Stop!"

Monaldo, in Cohen's faux Italian accent, introduced Simpson to his companion as a former player for "the Buffalo Billah", but she didn't get the reference.

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"The cord's extra long", Simpson said at that point, laughing.

Remember, how former Alaska governor Sarah Palin introduced the world to "Who Is America" by posting a length Facebook rant revealing she had been duped into giving a mock interview to Cohen? Monaldo fails to elicit a confession from Simpson, who says that he "didn't get away with nothing".

The former National Football League star's appearance in the show was rumored as early as February of this year, with reports saying that Cohen paid O.J. a sum total of $20,000, prompting fierce outrage from the Goldman and Brown families.

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.

While the said segment did not make it to the show, Cohen did give a special shout out to the former Republican vice-presidential candidate.

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"Me and you, we got something in common", Cohen said later. But ultimately, the joke was on Palin: Cohen never even ran the segment that featured her, meaning all she did was generate untold headlines about the show and provide it all sorts of free publicity.

While Simpson stood his ground and asserted that he "didn't kill nobody", thus rendering Cohen's prank somewhat fruitless, many other high profile figures were not so lucky.

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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.

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