Kims LOVES IT but Khloe is NOT watching the People v. OJ Simpson

If you haven't been watching latest true crime drama, American Crime Story:the People vs OJ Simpson, we recommend you get on that asap. 

Apart from being a bit fascinating as well as socially relevant, the show (which airs on BBC) features the Kardashian brood as children while their father, Robert Kardashian, is thrust into the limelight during the infamous murder trial. 

We have been dying to know what the Kardashian clan would make of the show and it seems Khloe has given us some insight on what it was like at the time.

"I was 10, and the teachers would like close down the classroom we'd all be watching it on TV," said the 31-year-old to James Corden on his talkshow. 

"It was so crazy, but I mean people were really cruel during that time. They used to key 'guilty' on my dad's car, like when we were at church.

"It was horrible at that time, they were incredibly mean and cruel." 

But it would seem that many of the scenes featured in the hit show were dramatised.

"They're kind of sensationalising the Kardashian name in it, but I think [it's] to bring a younger audience in." 

However, while Khloe still finds that part of her youth tough, one Kardashian member is loving the new show. 

"I know it's a phenomenal miniseries. [Kim] rants and raves about it."

The ten part show, which stars John Travolta, Cuba Gooding Jr and David Schwimmer as Robert Kardashian, follows the story of esteemed sportstar OJ Simpson and his highly publicised trial for the murder of his ex-wife and one other in the nineties. 

The Kardashian patriarch, who died in 2003, was a loyal friend to OJ and served on his legal team during the case. 

Watch the interview clip below: 

 

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