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    O.J. Simpson Once Recorded A Su*cide Tape And Tried To End His Life In 13-Year-Old Kim Kardashian’s Bedroom. Here’s What Happened Next

    The news of O.J. Simpson’s death has reignited the discussions surrounding his twisted life. Simpson is widely known for the ‘Trial of the Century’ where he was found not guilty of murdering his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend. 

    When it comes to what was the link between O.J. and the Kardashians, Simpson maintained a close relationship with Kim Kardashian’s father Robert Kardashian. So much so that during his trial Robert served as an advisor to his legal team.

    Despite the two’s close relationship, Robert witnessed a weirdly scary incident with O.J. at his house. He talked about how Simpson had recorded a suicide tape in 13-year-old Kim’s room. According to Robert, O.J. said, ‘I’m going to kill myself in this room.’ He told him, ‘You can’t. This is my daughter’s bedroom.’ I can’t have her exposed to that.” 

    Additionally, he talked about how Simpson had pictures of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson, and their kids in his hands while recording the suicide tape. All this took place before the Bronco car chase.

    Related: O.J. Simpson’s Complex Legacy: Football Talent, Showbiz And Murder Trial Of The Century 

    O.J. Simpson’s Infamous Bronco Car Chase

    Robert Kardashian (Left) and OJ Simpson (Right)
    Robert Kardashian (Left) and OJ Simpson (Right)

    The Bronco car chase occurred just days after Nicole Brown Simpson, O.J. Simpson’s ex-wife, and Ronald Goldman were found murdered. Simpson’s friend Al Cowlings drove the Bronco while Simpson was in the backseat, holding a gun to his own head. 

    It lasted for approximately two hours, with police vehicles following closely behind the Bronco as it traveled along Los Angeles Highways. Despite the nature of the chase being startling, it ended peacefully with OJ getting arrested. Additionally, The Bronco car chase became one of the most-watched televised events in history. 

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    Vanshika Minakshi
    Vanshika is a content writer at FirstCuriosity, diving into the vibrant universe of celebrities, movies, and TV shows with fervor. Her passion extends beyond her professional endeavors, as she immerses herself in the realms of rap music and video games, constantly seeking inspiration from diverse sources. She is a business student with a knack for marketing blending analytical insights with creative instincts to craft compelling narratives. When not working you can find her spending times with her beloved pet dogs or watching true crime documentaries. Additionally, she has over 40 published articles exploring the exhilarating realm of eSports and profiling popular streamers, showcasing her expertise and passion for gaming culture.

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