O.J. Simpson Staged This Paparazzi Video To Make Vegas Massacre Reaction
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This guy is a piece of work, I tell ya. O.J. Simpson staged a paparazzi run-in with a photog Wednesday night so he could make (and possibly sell) a video commenting on the Vegas massacre. Per TMZ...

Simpson was having dinner at a posh Vegas country club where our photog overheard him planning a TMZ-style video shoot. He was going over the shoot with the people at his table.

When he got to the parking lot, it was lights, camera action and O.J. offered up his "thoughts and prayers" while his friend recorded.

Our photog fired up his camera to ask some questions, but apparently that really screwed things up. O.J.'s photog tries to run our guy out of the shot, but Simpson realized his plan had been foiled and beelined it for his car.
Check it out...

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That was just a video of a guy stalking OJ Simpson, not at all what is described
Reply9 months
This is stupid. Why is this even a video???
Reply9 months
I’m so confused
Reply9 months
OJ likes white suvs aparrently
Reply9 months
He killed it
Reply9 months
Pretty much every paparazzi encounter that makes the celebrity appear in a good light is staged/planned. Everything these people do is fake.
Reply9 months
He probably threatened to kill the TMZ guy if he refused.
Reply9 months
How’s the golf game? Oh, just hacking away!
Reply9 months
The ESPN doc showed him staging a paparazzi encounter as he lowered the flag in his yard on his last day at the Brentwood house. They did multiple takes, with him faking emotion and asking that they give him some privacy. All done to sell to TMZ types.
Reply9 months
Maybe he faked a TMZ interview thinking the real TMZ guy would leave him alone.
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White women love the BBC
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Black dudes love them some white womenz.....
9 months
Reports are being released that Johnnie Manzel is driving a white bronco.
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