Looks like OJ got himself a movie role
If you’ve been following along for the past 4 months you’ll know that OJ has been spending his time in Vegas hitting up bars and chatting up ladies. Now it looks like he’s finally getting back to his old ways and expanding his horizons again. He’s set to appear in Sacha Baron Cohen’s new movie, but not before getting 20k in cash.
Actor-prankster Sacha Baron Cohen paid O.J. Simpson more than $20,000 to appear in his next movie — prompting outrage from the families of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman, according to a report Sunday.
Cohen — best known for creating movie characters such as Ali G and Borat — wore a wig and thick-rimmed glasses to meet the grid great-turned-ex-con inside a Las Vegas hotel room, a production source told The Mail on Sunday.
If you know anything about Sacha Baron Cohen, you know this will probably be fantastic. Also, love this quote. If you’re good at something, never do it for free.
“O.J. would not even get in the hotel room until he was paid a sackload of cash,” the source said.
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