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Caitlyn Jenner’s Reaction To O.J. Simpson’s Death Stirs Outrage



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Caitlyn Jenner, formerly known as Bruce Jenner, posted a response to the death of O.J. Simpson yesterday on X that is stirring controversy. The former Buffalo Bills running back, and defendant in the trial of the century, died yesterday at the age of 76 of cancer.

Jenner’s response was just two words, and included a hashtag with the name of O.J. Simpson.

Good Riddance #OJSimpson

Caitlyn Jenner’s Statement

One X user replied with an old photograph of Jenner before she became Caitlyn with O.J. Simpson with the caption, “It’s funny how things have changed.” See that photograph below,

Other users pointed to a fatal car accident that Jenner was involved in several years ago. Jenner reportedly paid an $800,000 settlement in a lawsuit that stemmed from the accident. One woman died in the accident.

Prosecutors declined to charge Caitlyn Jenner in the accident. Many comments did not acknowledge the fact that Jenner was not charged with anything because of the accident, and instead chose to call Jenner a “murderer.”

Caitlyn Jenner has recently become a Fox News contributor. Fox News reports on Jenner’s past comments about O.J. Simpson,

Jenner described Simpson as “the most narcissistic, egocentric, neediest a– in the world of sports I had ever seen,” in the 2017 memoir, “The Secrets of My Life,” per the Washington Post.

Jenner also suggested that Simpson was responsible for Brown Simpson and Goldman’s deaths saying, “I believe he got away with two savage murders.”

Jenner’s stepdaughter, reality television star Kim Kardashian, previously discussed the difficulties her family faced during the trial.

“That was really tough for our family,” Kardashian told GQ last year about the more than year-long period between Simpson’s arraignment and eventual acquittal. “Kourtney and I were drawn to our dad. We felt like Mom was happily remarried, so we would live with Dad. We didn’t want him to be by himself.”

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Jenner continues to stir controversy!

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  1. twalla jenkins

    April 12, 2024 at 8:29 pm

    One has to remember that he was found to be the responsible party in Fred Goldman’s wrongful death and assault civil lawsuit. So in turn he was definitely guilty of murdering them both although Brown’s family did not sue. Of course the burden of proof in a civil trial is far less than criminal matters. Yet still one can deduce that he is a murderer via a vicious assault as Mr. Goldman alleged, sought, received, and very recently has actually enforced a judgement against Simpson. To say otherwise is simply not factual. Acquittal in criminal court does not necessarily mean that one has been declared innocent, simply the prosecution has not proven it’s case satisfactorily to a jury of one’s peers. Usually this must be unanimous. However, not all states require a unanimous jury to convict, but only to impose the death penalty.

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