See, the job market really is improving under President Trump — even O.J. Simpson has employment waiting for him once he’s released from prison.
Following news that Simpson has been granted parole after being locked up in Nevada’s Lovelock Correction Center since 2008, Bunny Ranch owner Dennis Hof told TheWrap that he’s ready to offer Simpson “immediate employment” at his legal brothel as a greeter when he’s let out of the clink on Oct. 1.
“One of the conditions of a prisoner being granted parole is always having an established place to live and a job to go to, and I can offer O.J. both of those in a unique setting that he’s going to thrive in,” Hof said. “O.J. is one of the most charismatic people that you will ever meet, and the legal prostitution business is all about warm greetings and friendly rapport.”
As for fears that Simpson might turn back to crime while working at the Bunny Ranch, Hof posited that the former football great would be incentivized to keep his nose clean — as far as the law goes, anyway — due to his penchant for blondes, which abound at Hof’s establishment.
“Porn stars like Mikki Lynn, young 22 years olds like Tiara Tae… Trust me, O.J. won’t dare screw up this gig!” Hof said. “All he has to do is keep himself clean and he may want to live out the rest of his days right here at The Bunny Ranch.”
Alas, while Hof is more than eager to give Simpson a second chance in life, some of his employees aren’t keen on the idea. Brooklyn Moore, who works at his Love Ranch Vegas brothel, recalling the near-fatal 2015 incident involving Lamar Odom at Hof’s brothel, feared what might occur should Hof welcome another person with ties to the Kardashians into his business.
“The whole (Lamar Odom) experience was a nightmare,” Moore said. “We have worked hard to overcome the stigma that nearly consumed us, and the last thing we need is another link to the Kardashian clan coming around to ruin our business and jeopardize our safety.”
At any rate, Simpson is unlikely to take up Hof’s offer.
The USC-great-turned-scandal magnet said during his parole hearing Thursday that, after he’s released, he’ll probably move from Nevada to Florida,
“I could easily stay in Nevada, but I don’t think you guys want me here,” Simpson told the parole board on Thursday.