Uhh, O.J. Simpson Just Accused Carole Baskin Of Spousal Murder, Which Is Really Something

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In what is potentially the most wild headline of 2020 so far, O.J Simpson (yes, *that* one) is publicly accusing Tiger King’s Carole Baskin of getting away with the murder of her ex-husband.

Yes. Orenthal James Simpson, aka The Juice, aka the man who most people believe got away with the murder, is now accusing somebody else of murder.

If you haven’t already seen Netflix’s latest docu-series Tiger King follows the story of a bunch of tiger owners including Carole Baskin, who many believe murdered her husband and fed him to tigers. It’s truly wild stuff.

Much like O.J, who vehemently denies murdering his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman back in 1994 (a crime in which he was acquitted), Carole Baskin is adamant that she did not kill her husband and feed him to tigers.

Simpson was later found liable for the wrongful death of Ronald Goldman in a civil lawsuit, but as far as the law is concerned, this man is not guilty of murdering his ex-wife. I’m not saying he did it, but it’s probably not wise to publicly accuse anybody else of spousal murder.

O.J. took to Twitter to share his thoughts on the series in a video after a recent round of golf.

“White people!! What’s with you and wild animals?! Leave them animals alone!” He said.

Naturally, Twitter went wild with responses, many of which were similar to this.


But he didn’t stop there, no. He straight up accused Carole Baskin of murder.

“This show is crazy,” Simpson said. “But it’s so crazy you kinda keep watching. One thing I will say: There’s not a shred of my doubt in my mind that that lady’s husband is tiger sashimi right now. I’m just sayin’. Take care and I hope you find something better to watch.”

Since the release of the show, Baskin has penned a lengthy blog post declaring her innocence, which is… a slightly different approach to OJ Simpson’s book If I Did It.