Kim Kardashian West hosted "Saturday Night Live" recently. NBCUniversal/YouTube
Tanya Brown, Nicole Brown Simpson's sister, criticized jokes made on "SNL" by Kim Kardashian West.
Kardashian West made a joke about OJ Simpson's infamous trial during her opening monologue.
Brown stated to TMZ that the jokes she was making were not in her "good taste".
Tanya Brown, Nicole Brown Simpson's sister, criticized the OJ Simpson jokes Kim Kardashian West made in her "Saturday Night Live” monologue.
Brown said that jokes about her sister’s ex-husband, and the subsequent murder trial were "inappropriate and insensitive" in a statement to TMZ.
Brown says that Brown's 1994 death at the hands of her sister shouldn't have been an inspiration for jokes "in bad taste."
Insider reached out to NBC and Kardashian West representatives for comment but they didn't respond immediately.
Kardashian West made jokes about a range of topics during her opening monologue on Saturday Night Live this weekend. She also spoke out about her famous sex tape with Ray J and her separation form Kanye West.
Kardashian West later became Robert Kardashian's father and they discussed Simpson meeting for the first time. After Simpson was accused of murdering his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson, Robert Kardashian helped to defend Simpson in court.
Kardashian West spoke out about her ambitions in the legal profession, saying that her father was an inspiration and influencer to her. He also helped open my eyes to racism. He was the reason I met my first Black person.
"Anyone want a stab at the dark about who it was?" Kardashian spoke out referring to Simpson's notorious murder trial. She said that OJ leaves a lasting impression. Or many. Or none at all, I don't know.
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