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O.J. Simpson LAUGHS As Sacha Baron Cohen Questions Him About Nicole Brown's Murder

Feb. 25 2019, Updated 11:46 a.m. ET

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Comedian Sacha Baron Cohen just got himself another enemy after conducting his string of interviews for his controversial Showtime series Who Is America.

In a newly-released episode, the funnyman is sits down with infamous NFL-star-turned-criminal O.J. Simpson.

Disguised as playboy Gio Monado, Baron Cohen, 46, tells Simpson, 71, that his girlfriend drives him crazy, so much so that he wants to kill her sometimes.

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"She's gorgeous, but sometimes I want to kill her, you know," Baron Cohen said. "I want to send her on a private helicopter and throw her over the Grand Canyon—oopsie daisie!"

"Hey, hey, hey, hey hey," Simpson said between laughs. "Stop."

The comedian even pretended to stab his fake girlfriend Christina, and Simpson roared with laughter!

Baron Cohen then told the former convict that he had a wealthy business partner who would pay to hear the truth about "that night" with "the wife."

"What wife?" Simpson asked.

"The one you shot," Baron Cohen replied.

"Well, first of all, she wasn't my wife. We had been divorced," said Simpson. "And second of all, I didn't do it. … I didn't 'get away' with nothing."

After steering away from the topic for a bit, Baron Cohen then came back with a brutal punch.

Sacha Baron Cohen told Simpson that the two had something in common: they're both "lady killers."

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"No, I killed nobody," said Simpson, laughing and high-fiving the comedian.

RadarOnline.com readers know O.J. Simpson was famously acquitted of murder in 1995 in the violent killings of ex-wife Nicole Brown and her male friend Ron Goldman. Years later, in 2007, he was found guilty of kidnapping and armed robbery and jailed for nine years in a Las Vegas prison.

Now that he's a free man, he's refused to speak of the murders, though he did star in a bizarre audiobook titled "If I Did It," in which he details how he would have killed his wife and her friend—if he had done it.

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