Nicole Brown Simpson’s sister slammed Kim Kardashian for making “disgusting” and “beyond unacceptable” OJ Simpson SNL jokes.
Tanya Brown Simpson, Nicole Brown Simpson’s sister, slammed KIM Kardashian.
Kim’s remarks about O.J. Simpson on Saturday Night Live were apparently “disgusting” and “beyond improper,” according to her.
Kim’s comments about her sister’s murder in her SNL monologue were “disgusting,” Tanya told TMZ.
Kim’s monologue about her sister’s death was in “bad taste,” she said, adding that her sister’s death was not a joke.
Tanya is questioning whether the Kardashians genuinely care about her sister, calling the jokes “beyond inappropriate and disrespectful.”
Kim’s mother, Kris, was a close friend of Nicole’s, and Tanya believes Kim should have cut the SNL writers’ lines.
Tanya also told TMZ that she couldn’t believe how much the audience laughed at her sister’s and O.J.’s jokes.
Kim stated she was following in the footsteps of her late father, Robert Kardashian, in her monologue.
Rober was a member of O.J. Simpson’s defense team during his acquittal in 1995 for the double murder of his ex-wife, Nicole, and her friend, Ron Goldman.
Kim is pursuing a law degree and works to promote criminal justice reform.
“My father was and continues to be such an influence and inspiration to me, and I credit him with opening my eyes to racial injustice,” she said.
“I met my first Black person as a result of him.” Do you want to take an attempt at guessing who it was?” I know it’s strange to recall the first Black person you met, but O.J. leaves an impression. Several, even! Alternatively, none at all. “I’m still not sure.” Jerry, Sheryl Underwood, Amanda Kloots, Natalie Morales, and Akbar Gbajabiamila reviewed Kim’s skits on Monday’s episode of The Talk.
“The monologue was the finest,” Natalie observed, “though she was equal opportunity, going after everyone, her family and then some.”
“But Jerry, there were some troubles there, right?” she asked.
“I have to say simply to be serious for a bit, and I know no one is going to take me seriously in this clothing right now,” Jerry remarked, clad in the pink jumpsuit Kim wore during the speech.
“I have to be serious for a second, and this isn’t Kim’s fault; it’s the writers’ problem, and generally I’m one to defend people who make jokes about things, but I didn’t think the OJ jokes in the monologue were that funny since her father had a lot to do with OJ’s defense, and it made me uneasy.”
“Imagine if you were a victim’s family member witnessing that,” Jerry said after Natalie agreed and questioned if he was referring to the “take a stab” remark.
“I believe it… Brinkwire News.”