O.J. Simpson Revealed Truth About Trump On Death Bed

OJ Simpson recently passed away at the age of 76. Earlier in February, he had invoked former President Donald Trump after reports suggested he was in hospice care after undergoing chemotherapy for prostate cancer.



“Hey X world, hospice? Hospice? You talking about hospice?” the former American football running back – who was acquitted in 1995 of murdering his wife and her friend – said in a video posted to X on Friday (9 February).

“No, I’m not in any hospice. I don’t know who put that out there,” he continued. “I guess it’s like Donald [Trump] says, ‘You can’t trust the media.’

“In any event, I’m hosting a tonne of friends for the Super Bowl here in Las Vegas. All is well, you know. So take care, have a good Super Bowl weekend.”

Simpson had been diagnosed with prostate cancer and was undergoing chemotherapy in Las Vegas.

The NFL star’s lawyer had directed The Independent to an old tweet shared by Simpson on 30 May 2023, in which he revealed that in “really recent years, I unfortunately caught cancer”.

“So I had to do the whole chemo thing,” he said at the time, adding: “I’m over the chemo… I’m healthy now. It looks like I beat it – I’m happy about that.”

The former Buffalo Bills star was controversially acquitted of the murders of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ron Goldman.The People of the State of California v Orenthal James Simpson murder trial was labelled “the trial of the century” and sparked massive debates on racial and criminal justice across the country.

Several years after the murder case that captivated the nation, O.J. Simpson was found responsible for the deaths of his ex-wife and her friend in a 1997 California civil trial. The court ordered Simpson to pay $33.5 million to the families of the victims.

Later on, he was convicted of armed robbery in Las Vegas after he led a group of men into a hotel room and robbed a sports memorabilia collector at gunpoint. After serving nine years in prison, Simpson was released in 2017. Simpson has a history of weighing in on high-profile legal cases, and in June 2023, he provided legal advice to former President Trump after Trump’s second impeachment.

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