O.J. Simpson Thought He Was in Hell When He Woke Up From Surgery to the Sounds of Wu-Tang Clan [Video] | lovebscott.com

OJ Simpson dropped in recently on another episode of Cam’ron and Mase’s show ‘It Is What It Is.’

via: Complex

Toward the top of the ensuing discussion, Simpson detailed a recent incident which saw him briefly convinced he had woken up to the sounds of Wu-Tang Clan in Hell after heart surgery.

Per Simpson, he had a “very interesting week,” starting with some heart-related news he received after visiting a doctor.

“I went through a few things this week,” he said around the 1:40 mark. “First of all, the most poignant thing was I was getting sleepy at stop lights. So I called my doctor, went to the hospital, and they put me in immediately. Next thing I know, I got two crews of people talking about opening my chest and doing stuff to my heart.”

Ultimately, Simpson revealed, doctors decided to go through his wrist to reach his heart. For the ensuing procedure, he was put to sleep.

“I kinda woke up earlier,” Simpson said. “And I wake up in the middle of this and they’re, like, blasting the Wu-Tang crew. And I’m thinking, ‘What is that I’m hearing?’ and it was the Wu-Tang crew. You know, I guess some people when they do surgeries they play Bach or they play Chopin or something. But I’m hearing the Wu-Tang crew [and I’m like] ‘Oh, I know they ain’t playing this up here. Am I down here?'”

To drive home his point, Simpson motioned with his eyes to signal Heaven and Hell. Cam’ron responded by pushing back against the joke that Wu-Tang wouldn’t be played in a hypothetical Heaven scenario.

“I don’t know, baby. I just suspected that wasn’t being played up there inside them pearly gates,” Simpson added.

From there, Mase hit Simpson with an inquiry about which Wu-Tang track he woke up hearing.

“What song was it?” he asked. “Was it ‘Protect Ya Neck?'”

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