O.J. Simpson Slams Gayle King Following Kobe Bryant Controversy And Speaks On His Experience With Her—“I’m Not The Most Objective Guy When It Comes To Gayle King” - The Shade Room

O.J. Simpson Slams Gayle King Following Kobe Bryant Controversy And Speaks On His Experience With Her—“I’m Not The Most Objective Guy When It Comes To Gayle King”

#Roommates, many are still highly upset with Gayle King following her extremely controversial interview with Lisa Leslie where she questioned her about Kobe Bryant’s past sexual assault allegations. Practically everyone has voiced their opinion on the matter—and O.J. Simpson is the latest to join in.

The biggest topic of conversation the last few days is Gayle King’s questions regarding Kobe Bryant, which many felt were incredibly disrespectful due to his recent and very tragic passing as the victim of a helicopter crash along with his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna.

Celebrities have also been giving their two cents—but no one expected to hear from O.J. Simpson. In a recent video posted to his Instagram account, O.J. slammed Gayle King for her Kobe questions and also revealed that he had a similar experience with her in the past when she attempted to ambush him with questions during a televised interview.

In the video, O.J. said this:

“I’m not the most objective guy when it comes to Gayle King. “Two years back on national TV that she made a comment that it was inappropriate for me to be visiting my ex-wife’s grave, something that my family and friends have done for years on birthdays, Christmas and special occasions — something that’s none of her business and I couldn’t understand why she felt the need to make that comment on national TV.”

He continued, adding:

“The other thing is this Kobe Bryant, Gayle King thing. I know this thing about Kobe, she’s going to claim ‘journalistic integrity.’ A whole lot of people that have journalistic integrity didn’t feel that this was the right time to do that. There will be plenty of time in the future to bring up all aspects of Kobe’s life. Right now we should be celebrating the greatness of Kobe and his family. God bless Kobe and his family. I’m just sayin, take care.”

We wonder who the next celebrity will be to comment on this whole situation.

 

Roommates, what are your thoughts on this?

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