OJ Simpson Joins Twitter

OJ Simpson Joins Twitter”

You bet he did: OJ Simpson appears to have joined Twitter.

"Hey Twitter world this is yours truly", Simpson said in the short video post.

It reads "Coming soon!" and contains a selfie video.

"Coming soon to Twitter you'll get to read all my thoughts and opinions on just about everything". So, it should be a lot of fun. "I've got a lot of getting even to do", the ex-jailbird says, smiling to the camera. "So God bless, take care".

Since his release from prison in 2017, OJ Simpson had kept a pretty low profile.

Simpson's televised "trial of the century" became a national obsession in the 1990s, fraught with issues of racism, police misconduct, celebrity and domestic violence.

Simpson was found not guilty of the murders in the criminal case, but was found responsible in a wrongful death suit filed by Goldman's family. He was sentenced to serve a minimum of nine years without parole and a maximum of 33 years.

As you might expect, the Twitter world didn't exactly react like THAT when they heard O.J.'s weird choice of words... no, the entire site flipped out!

Twitter users immediately slammed him for joining the site in the comments section. We're going to go out on a limb and say that Twitter isn't the only place where Simpson opens his mouth/communicates.

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