O.J. Simpson is not happy for various reasons.
The former NFL all-time great was not only upset like millions of people watching as George Floyd screamed in pain as his life was taken from him as a cop had his knee on his neck for 8 minutes, but he was really taken aback by a familiar face commenting on it.
FOX News featured former LAPD detective Mark Fuhrman during a discussion about the ongoing situations and Simpson had some strong words for him.
He wanted to know why the media outlet had chosen the former detective with which he has a history. “FOX thinks that this is the guy who should be on TV talking about this subject,” Simpson said.
For the youngsters who are not aware, Fuhrman was heavily involved in Simpson’s murder trial where he investigated the killing of Nicole Simpson Brown and Ron Goldman.
It was during the trial where Simpson’s lawyers produced recordings of Fuhrman using racial slurs. When asked under oath whether he had planted or manufactured evidence in the case, Fuhrman invoked his Fifth Amendment right and declined to answer.
The audiotape proving that Fuhrman perjured himself and thereby undermining the credibility of the prosecution has been cited as one reason Simpson was acquitted.