Since his release from prison in 2017, OJ Simpson had kept a pretty low profile. That all changed when the former NFL star and one of the most famous criminals in America officially joined social media with a video announcing his presence on Twitter.
Simpson joined the social media platform on Saturday with the handle @TheRealOJ32, a nod to the jersey he wore when he broke the NFL’s single-season rushing record with the Buffalo Bills in 1973.
“If you don’t see it here, I didn’t say it,” the Twitter bio reads. Simpson also posted a video of himself to confirm the account’s existence and give the world a preview of what it’s going to see from Simpson when Logged On.