OJ Simpson Wasn’t Too Thrilled About Being ‘Stalked’ By Paparazzi Hours After Prison Release (VIDEO)
In an attempt to avoid a ridiculous media circus, OJ Simpson was released a few days earlier than expected on Sunday, after being granted parole a few months ago.
Just mere hours after being released, some determined paparazzi ran into the former Buffalo Bills running back at a gas station, as he sat in a white SUV drinking water. Needless to say, he wasn’t too thrilled to see a camera shoved in his face.
“Y’all stalking me?” he asked with a laugh.
“I’m in a car for the last five hours, so how do I know how it feels to be out?” he asked.
“None of your business,” Simpson later replied when a man filming the interaction asked how he had been.
“I’ve been in Nowhere, U.S.A., for the last nine years doing nothing,” Simpson said. “Nothing has changed in my life. What do you guys, I mean, what do you expect?”
“Please, can I have a break here?” he asked before the vehicle drove off and he left the reporters with a thumbs up.
Somebody found OJ Simpson after his release… Yall better leave this man alone before he has a flashback!!! pic.twitter.com/iKyGoBH4um
— JRSportBrief (@JRSportBrief) October 2, 2017
Simpson spent nine years in a Nevada prison for a 2007 armed robbery.