Former NFL star O.J. Simpson took advantage of his recently launched Twitter account to deny rumors that he was Khloe Kardashian's father with Kris Jenner.
The rumors, says Simpson, are propagated by Norman Pardo, a man who "The media love to say that it's my manager."
Speaking in a video message via his new Twitter account, Simpson firmly denied any involvement in Kris Jenner and denied rumors surrounding him, possibly being Khloe's biological father.
"I've never – and I never want to stress – in any way, if I'd ever been interested in Kris, romantically, sexually, and I've never been had no indication that she is interested in me ", he said.
"So all these stories are just wrong, bad, you know, tasteless."
Rumors about Simpson's birth of Khloe are not new and appeared before Kardashian children became celebrities in the United States with their famous reality TV show, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, with an episode in which Khloe discussed the possibility of its adoption.
"Khloe, like all the girls (from the Kardashian family), I'm very proud of, just as I know Bob would be here if he was here," he said.
"But the simple fact is that she does not belong to me."
And about Pardo, Simpson said he had never been his director, despite media reports.
"I have always managed my own business and I would like to think very successfully." he said.
"So when you see these guys like Norm, and they claim to be my manager, that's just not true.
"I may have had an agreement here or there with them, but none of these guys really was a manager for me."
Simpson increased his public profile on Friday by creating a Twitter account, @ TheRealOJ32 after having previously moved away from the public eye. In his first message, he said that he had "even get to do."
The former NFL legend concerning the Buffalo Bills was released from prison in 2017 after being jailed for robbery and kidnapping in an attempt to steal previously stolen sports memorabilia.
He was also charged, and later acquitted, of the murders of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and his friend, Ron Goldman, at the end of a highly publicized trial.