Khloé Kardashian Says 'American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson' Is "Sensationalizing" the Family Name

But what about the size of Cuba Gooding Jr.'s head?

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While everyone else is busy arguing about whether or not Cuba Gooding Jr.'s head is big enough to accurately capture the supposed hugeness of O.J. Simpson's own, Khloé Kardashian is understandably more concerned with how her own fam is getting portrayed on American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson. Though the family’s alleged disapproval of that living room chant scene a few episodes back is now common knowledge, Khloé has some even stronger words for anyone taking the FX series' depiction of the Kardashian family as absolute truth:

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"I know it’s a phenomenal miniseries," Khloé told James Corden during an interview earlier this week, adding that she's only seen "bits and pieces" of the show but Kim has been raving about it since watching the full season. "They’ve done a great job. I really appreciate the way they’ve portrayed my father." However, all artistic accomplishments aside, Khloé remains adamant in her critique of American Crime Story's treatment of the rest of the Kardashian crew.

"Not all the facts are accurate," Khloé insisted. "Like when O.J. was contemplating suicide, it was in my room and not Kim’s room." According to Khloé, the series is intentionally "sensationalizing the Kardashian name" in order to "bring in a younger audience." As for that aforementioned living room chant scene, Khloé confirmed the family's disapproval by revealing she actually gave Kim a call to clarify how it all went down.

With Khloé's criticism (paired nicely with some praise) firmly in mind, the debate surrounding the record-breaking American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson now returns to the controversial size of Cuba Gooding Jr.'s head. "O.J. says [Cuba Gooding Jr.’s] not tall enough and his head is too small," Jeffrey Felix, a former Nevada prison guard, told Page Six this week. Thus, the debate does indeed rage on.

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