The Internet Is Having A Field Day With Bizarre TikTok Of OJ Simpson Being Woke Up By A Bunch Of Girls

Internet Reacts To Bizarre Viral TikTok Video Of OJ Simpson In Bed

Getty Image


  • A TikTok video of OJ Simpson being woke out of bed by a bunch of 20-something girls has gone viral.
  • There is no context to the extremely bizarre video and so the internet doesn’t know what to think.
  • Read more news about O.J. Simpson here.

The last time we checked in on OJ Simpson he was weighing in on the Will Smith slap of Chris Rock at the Academy Awards ceremony. He did it, not because everyone was asking him to (as he suggested), but because he’s The Juice and he has expertise in the field of physical violence.

“It was unfortunate, I think Will was wrong, look I understand the feeling, in my life I’ve been through a lot of crap and every comedian in the country had an OJ routine, don’t think I wouldn’t want to slap one of those guys but you gotta accept that it’s humor and I didn’t even think that it was all that egregious, I thought it was semi-unfunny joke,” he said, among other things.

Amazingly, that wasn’t even the most bizarre video of OJ Simpson to make its way on to the internet over the past week.

Another, way more weird video starring The Juice showed up on TikTok and quickly went viral on social media.

In it, we see several girls who appear to be in their twenties getting very excited at the prospect of going into the 74-year-old Heisman Trophy winner’s bedroom and waking him up.

Related: Caitlyn Jenner Says OJ Simpson Told Nicole Brown He Would Kill Her And ‘Get Away With It’

“Let’s wake up OJ at 1am,” the video overlay reads.

The girls, and some guy, then proceed to let out some ear-shattering howls, shouting “It’s party time in the house!” at The Juice as he lies in his bed.

A grinning Simpson then pushes off his covers and sits up as the ladies exit the bedroom.

That’s it. That’s the whole video. Watch…

TikTok video of OJ Simpson being woke out of bed by a bunch of girls elicited a lot of comments

The TikTok account to which the video appears to have been originally posted is no longer in existence [Correction: It’s still there], but the clip has still been watched almost 750,000 times on Twitter. It has also, as one might expect, received dozens and dozens of hilarious comments.

HEY! HE’S WORKING ON IT!