OJ Simpson has been accused of sending threats over social media to stab a creator of an online parody account, but we are told OJ DID NOT send the messages.
Sources close to OJ tells us the video posted online allegedly showing his twitter account send knife emoji’s and threaten to kill a parody account creator is a fake. The source was very clear in telling us, “it’s obviously fake.”
As one source close to the Juice put it, “Look at the video, look very closely at it. I can’t deal with the laziness.”
To be fair, we viewed the video several times and cannot see an obvious red flag … but OJ’s team is adamant the video is not legit.
The story went viral overnight after the parody account posted an alleged video of a conversation with OJ’s Twitter account.
The messages, allegedly sent from the NFL star, included, “I WILL FIND YOUR A** AND CUT YOU.”
During another video posted to the account, a message reads, “Think I’m playing mother-***ker.”
The account claims it actually has a third video which could be posted anytime soon.
— O.J. Simpson (@KillerOJSimpson) June 17, 2019
OJ Simpson officially joined Twitter this week. The former NFL star joined the social media platform right after the 25th Anniversary of the double murder of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.
“Hey Twitter world, this is yours truly,” Simpson began his video introduction.
He asked people to follow his twitter account, @TheRealOJ32, and warned people against following imposter accounts.
Simpson then smiled at the camera and exclaimed, “This should be a lot of fun,” adding, “I got a little getting even to do.”
The videos and fake threats were posted on Monday, which also marked the 25th anniversary of the infamous slow speed chase in OJ’s white bronco.
The chase ended with OJ Simpson’s arrest for the murder of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. Simpson was eventually acquitted of those murders.