OJ Simpson denies being Khloe Kardashian’s father — Now can we stop having this conversation already?


For a long time there has been speculation about Khloe Kardashian’s paternity and now, even OJ Simpson has spoken on it.

The Kardashians’ connection to OJ Simpson isn’t a secret. Robert Kardashian defended his friend and former NFL star after he was accused of murdering his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson. The notoriety of the case is part of the reason that the Kardashians were thrust into the spotlight and certainly helped them land Keeping Up With The Kardashians ten years ago.

There has also always been an underlying rumor that OJ Simpson had an affair with Kris Jenner that ultimately led to Khloe Kardashian. The family has long maintained that it wasn’t true

The subject was even confronted on Keeping Up With The Kardashians back in 2012. Clearly, Kris was sick of hearing about the paternity rumors and wanted to put it to rest. Khloe passed on the DNA test though and fans never got definitive proof that OJ is not her father.

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TMZ caught up with OJ Simpson in Las Vegas and asked him about the rumor that never seems to die. A photographer brought up Khloe Kardashian’s pregnancy and asked him if he should be congratulated. Is OJ going to be a grandpa?

The answer is no. Even OJ Simpson said that he’s not Khloe’s dad. He did say that congratulations are in order for Khloe’s real dad, though.

“Well, for Bob, God bless his soul, yeah. I don’t know for me. I don’t think for me I have nothing to do with it,” OJ responded before adding, “I would be proud … but trust me, I had nothing to do with it.”

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So now that Khloe Kardashian has denied that OJ Simpson is her father and even he said that the rumors are not true, can we let them go? Obviously, hearing that her deceased father is not her real father is disturbing to Khloe Kardashian and the rest of the family.