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O.J. Simpson Joins Cam’ron and Ma$e on Season 2 of ‘It Is What It Is’ Sports Show

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NFL Hall of Famer O.J. Simpson made a guest appearance on Season 2 of ‘It Is What It Is’, the sports debate show hosted by Cam’ron and Ma$e. This comes just after Antonio Brown’s guest appearance, adding to the excitement of the show’s new season.

O.J. Simpson, appearing casually in a golf polo representing his alma mater, the University of Southern California Trojans, joined the show via video call from the comfort of his home. During his 17-minute segment, Simpson discussed various NFL topics.

Simpson expressed his support for running backs like Saquon Barkley and Josh Jacobs, who have been embroiled in contractual disputes with their teams. He called for the elimination of the franchise tag for running backs, emphasizing the need for equity in player contracts.

He also shared his admiration for current running backs, including Saquon Barkley, Nick Chubb, Derrick Henry, Dalvin Cook, and Christian McCaffrey, comparing Barkley to legendary players like Barry Sanders, Gale Sayers, and Eric Dickerson.

Cam’ron and Ma$e wisely avoided any controversial topics related to Simpson’s past during the segment, keeping the discussion focused on football.

In related news, Cam’ron and Ma$e recently announced a significant eight-figure partnership between ‘It Is What It Is’ and Underdog Fantasy. While the exact financial details were not initially disclosed, Cam’ron hinted at a staggering $30 million value in a song snippet from his upcoming mixtape ‘The Lost Files,’ set to release on September 8.

Fans of the show can anticipate more exciting guest appearances as the NFL football season gets underway in Season 2 of ‘It Is What It Is.’

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