Cuba Gooding Jr. Crazy Behavior: OJ Simpson Star Spotted In Liv Nightclub Eating Cell Phone

By Star Connor ( | Mar 08, 2016 06:10 PM EST
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Is O.J. Simpson's character going to Cuba Gooding Jr's head? MStars News has learned that the star actor in the hit FX series, The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story was spotted behaving crazy in Miami earlier this month. According to Page Six, Gooding Jr. tried to eat a cell phone inside of Liv Nightclub.

As seen in the series, Gooding Jr. channeled Simpson's old partying days when he became the center of attention partying with women, and taking his shirt off wearing it across his head. The star actor was probably on a natural high as he danced the night away.

Page Six claimed that Gooding Jr. not only tried to eat a cell phone, but he also walked around letting everyone know that he was a single man. "He was running around telling people how he and his wife are separated [and] how she was his high-school sweetheart. He was a mess," a source said. "He was handing his room key to girls and telling them to meet him upstairs. He was texting girls he met earlier at the bar at 5 a.m."

When club-goers asked Gooding Jr. about the show, the O.J. Simpson star didn't want to talk about details. "He refused to talk about it. People were saying how much they loved it, and he wouldn't talk about it."

Gooding Jr. apparently acted a bit bizarre before he was caught dancing and trying to eat a phone. Last Friday, the actor went to Story Nightclub where he too went shirtless. "He hopped on stage shirtless during DJ Kaskade's set and started spraying the crowd with a CO2 cannon. He was dancing up a storm. He ripped off his shirt and hopped on top of the DJ booth and went crazy. He was having a good time."

Have you seen the video yet? If not check out Gooding Jr.'s wild behavior below.

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