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O.J. Simpson's Father's Day Drop Bomb on Twitter, "Khloe's not my girl"

O.J. Simpson has been a hot topic for decades.

Whether it's his legendary career in the NFL (where he was an undeniable talent) or the controversy surrounding the murder of his ex-wife Nicole Brown (his innocence or guilt), people seem to want to talk about him. However, he has been so discreet that no one really knows what he thinks of anything.

It's up to now.

Recently, The Juice broke his silence and jumped on Twitter. The news has hit the Web and fans and enemies are losing their heads. His first two posts were introductions. The two really explained why he decided to register on social media and claim his own voice in this landscape. It's no surprise to anyone first, he will talk about sports … but he assured us that there would be social commentaries on pop culture and topics of importance to the public.

He did not delay in fulfilling this promise.

In his third job, he talked about his friendship with Rob Kardashian and having no attraction for Kim Kardashian's mother, Kris Jenner.

O.J says about the famous family:

"Bob Kardashian was like a brother to me. It was a good guy. He met and married Kris and they really had a great time together when they were together. Unfortunately, this is over. But never, and I want to emphasize it, I never had any interest in Kris in a romantic or sexual way. And I've never had any indication that she was interested in me. All these stories are false. Wrong. Tasteless."

Then, just in time for Father's Day, he lays the bomb that many yearn to learn forever.

"Khloe, like all girls, I'm very proud of (just as I know Bob would be if he was here). But the simple fact is that it does not belong to me.

He goes on to say that the rumor was pushed by Pardo, a man claiming to be his manager. He was also very adamant about the fact that Pardo was not his manager.

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