Who knew O.J. Simpson would be all over social media these days?
Orenthal James Simpson, better known in the world as O.J. Simpson, was once a beloved sports star and actor.
These days, a new generation of young people either know about him or find out about him from videos on TikTok. O course, it’s not about his football career, but of the double murder he was accused of. Simpson was acquitted of the murder of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson in 1995, and the spectacle that was the 11-month televised trial cemented Simpson in public media history.
Just recently, a TikTok was posted from a verified influencer who said Simpson is “beefing with me right now.”
He said it began when he made a video of Simpson creating a TikTok account and another video of what he is famous for.
Well, Simpson apparently left a comment on his video, stating “Please do right and remove these videos, or receive the consequences.”
Things only got crazier after that.
So, is OJ Simpson really trolling true crime theorists on TikTok? Like so many things in Simpson’s life, it is hard to say for sure.
Simpson has no verified account on TikTok, but he once never had a verified Twitter account until it was possible to pay for it. We are not sure about the verification process on TikTok.
He was once very active on Twitter dropping videos, but he hasn’t posted anything in May, so it leads you to believe he may have taken his talents to the popular TikTok site.
O.J. Simpson became a free man after a Nevada parole board granted him early release for his 2008 conviction on armed robbery charges. He was granted early discharge for good behavior.
He was convicted of armed robbery in Las Vegas after leading five men, including two with guns, in a confrontation with sports collectibles dealers at a casino hotel. He served nine years in prison before being released in 2017.
The ex-NFL star and actor was acquitted in the 1994 murder of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and Ron Goldman. He was later found liable for their deaths in a California civil case that ordered him to pay $33.5 million to the victims’ families.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.