Ron Goldman's Sister Says 'It's Hard' Seeing O.J. Simpson on Twitter
O.J. Simpson says he joined the platform to set the record straight on some things.
Ron Goldman's sister is reacting to news that O.J. Simpson has joined Twitter, and she's horrified.
“It is hard. He is living a very large life, he is revered in Las Vegas, and now to see the response he is getting on Twitter, it is hard,” Kim Goldman told "Good Morning America" Monday.
Two days after the 25th anniversary of Nicole Brown Simpson and Goldman's murders, O.J. Simpson officially joined the social network and posted his first tweet.
In the video, Simpson is charismatic and smiling, saying this is his real account and others out there are fake.
On Saturday, Simpson posted another video, thanking people for following him on the social media platform.
On Sunday, Father’s Day, Simpson tweeted his third video saying that he is not Khloe Kardashian’s father and that he and her mother, Kris Jenner, were never together.
Jenner was the wife of Simpson’s lawyer and close friend, Robert Kardashian. Jenner was also a close friend of O.J. and Nicole Brown Simpson.
“Never in any way shape or form had I ever had any interest in Kris romantically or sexually and I never got any indication that she had any interest in me,” Simpson said in the Twitter video.
Simpson's Twitter handle is @therealoj32, which was his number when he played football for the Buffalo Bills. In just four days he has amassed more than 650,000 followers, and it's growing by the minute.
Monday marks the 25th anniversary of the infamous slow-speed chase between Simpson and his friend, Al “A.C.” Cowlings and the police. Simpson was arrested when it finally ended.
During the so-called “Trial of the Century,” Simpson was acquitted of the murders but was later liable in a civil suit for the wrongful deaths of Brown Simpson and Goldman.
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