O.J. Simpson Weighed In And Thinks Myles Garrett’s Act Of Violence Was Totally Justified Because Of Course He Does (Updated)

OJ Simpson Thinks Myles Garrett Was Totally Justified In His Attack

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Any time there is a controversy in the world of football, there is really only one person to go to for the voice of reason in this chaotic sports landscape. Of course, I am referring to “The Juice” O.J. Simpson.

Since joining Twitter, Orenthal has dispensed numerous pearls of wisdom about players like Colin Kaepernick (more than once), Melvin Gordon, Ezekiel Elliott, Andrew Luck, and on several occasions, Antonio Brown.

Today, the Heisman Trophy winner took a little break from his dedicated, ongoing search for the real killer of Nicole and Ron to weigh in on Myles Garrett hitting Mason Rudolph in the head with his own helmet near the end of the Browns-Steelers game on Thursday night.

You probably won’t believe this, but Simpson completely advocates the act of violence with a weapon that Garrett perpetrated against Rudolph, saying it was most definitely justified.

“Look, all I know is this,” said The Juice. “the minute Mason went after the man’s helmet, with his foot in his groin, IT’S ON! I’m hearing all these announcers saying, uh, that Garret should be suspended, and maybe he should, but when a guy’s trying to get your helmet off your head, and that’s where it started, with his foot in your groin, IT’S ON. I’m just sayin’. Take care.”

Naturally, the Twitter reactions to Simpson’s video was, as usual, where the real entertainment took place.


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UPDATE: THE JUICE IS BACK WITH ANOTHER HOT TAKE ON MYLES GARRETT. (This time with his patented “Hey Twitter World” opening.)

UPDATE #2!! Orenthal is back AGAIN with a scorching hot take wondering why Mason Rudolph wasn’t punished.