OJ Simpson denies being Khloé Kardashian’s biological father
In the words of many men on maury, OJ Simpson came out and said, “That’s not my baby!” Specifically, the former NFL star is denying long-standing rumors that he is Khloé Kardashian’s biological father.
OJ Simpson: ‘The rumor is not true’
This topic came up in OJ’s recent appearance on SEND FULL PODCAST.
A short clip from the sit-down shows OJ initially saying that he “always thought Kris [Jenner]” is “cute.”
“I always thought Kris was a cute girl. She’s really nice, but I’m dating supermodels.”
The hosts then brought up rumors of OJ fathering Khloé, although he took the record to say it wasn’t true.
“The rumor is not true. It’s not even true…I don’t [Khloé’s dad].”
Notably, after being emphasized on the matter a bit, OJ went on to say that he thinks about the possibility of a chef being Khloé’s father, although he’s not certain. We saw OJ come over with tea!
He previously closed speculation in 2018
On this subject, we should note that this is not the first time OJ has talked about Khloé’s paternity rumors.
TMZ caught up with OJ in 2018 and asked if the former athlete would congratulate him, as Khloé had just announced her pregnancy.
In response, OJ stated that the honor goes to Robert Kardashian Sr., saying, “I have nothing to do with it.”
Where did the rumor even come from?
Speculation about Khloé’s paternity seems to have initially been sparked when people pointed out how different she and her sisters, Kourtney and Kim, are in appearance.
The very close family to both OJ and Nicole Brown Simpson didn’t help either.
The media is constantly reporting on speculation from sites like TMZ also keeps the conversation going strong for quite some time.
Aside from OJ Simpson (and the alleged chef), another unsubstantiated theory alleges that Kris fathered Khloé through an affair with Alex Roldan, her longtime hairdresser.
What do you think about OJ Simpson once again denying Khloé Kardashian’s fatherhood rumors? Also, do you think the problem will eventually be solved?