OJ Simpson’s Last Video Before His Death Is Going Viral On Social Media

OJ Simpson with 49ers shirtOJ Simpson (Pic via @TheRealOJ32 on X)

OJ Simpson lost his life on Wednesday night, which was shocking since he stated something very different about his health less than two months ago.

The former Buffalo Bills and San Francisco 49ers running back claimed his health was improving in a video posted just two months before his death Wednesday at 76 years old.

Simpson, who became infamous for being acquitted of the double murder of his ex-wife and her friend Ron Goldman, died from prostate cancer complications just weeks after he started treatment, according to his family.

In a post on his official account on X, OJ Simpson appeared upbeat on February 11th, saying, “Let me take a moment to say thank you to all the people who’ve reached out to me. My health is good, I think. I mean, obviously, I am dealing with some issues, but hey, I think I’m just about over it, and I’ll be back on that golf course, hopefully, in a couple of weeks.”

Also in that video was OJ Simpson giving his prediction for the Super Bowl as he chose the 49ers to come out with a victory, but as we all saw, they would go on to lose.

During that month of February, it was widely reported that OJ Simpson had been diagnosed with prostate cancer, beginning chemotherapy, and was in hospice care.

He would soon fire back in a video where he stated, “Hospice? Hospice?! You talking about Hospice? (laughs) Now, I am not in any hospice, I don’t know who put that out there, but whoever put that out there, I guess it’s like The Donald say: can’t trust the media! In any event, I’m hosting a ton of friends for the Super Bowl here in Las Vegas. All is well, you know?”

That video was two days before his last one.

Here is how fans reacted to his final video:

OJ Simpson Became More Infamous For His Off The Field Issues Than Actual NFL Career

O.J. Simpson (Photo by Jason Bean-Pool/Getty Images)
OJ Simpson has been in the limelight for most of his life, first as an NFL running back then as a defendant in one of the most famous trials of all time when he was accused and later acquitted, of killing his ex-wife Nicole Brown and her friend Ronald Goldman.

He would go on to spend nine years in Nevada prison on kidnapping charges before he was released and spent the rest of his life in the Las Vegas area.

His name transcended generations but only because of his issues outside of the sport that made him famous.


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