O.J. Simpson

Follow The Beat On Twitter: Over the weekend O.J. Simpson surfaced on Twitter and it was a creepy as it sounds. The former football star and felon made not one, but three videos and Twitter just couldn’t deal.  Upon announcing he would be tweeting, now that he knows how to use the platform, Simpson said […]

Follow The Beat On Twitter: According CNN, on this lost 2006 FOX interview, O.J. confessed to murdering his ex-wife Nicole and Ron. -Farlin Ave (@farlinave) Sign Up For Our Newsletter! The Latest:    

After serving 9 years in a Nevada’s Lovelock Correctional Center, O.J. Simpson is finally a free man. The 70-year-old former NFL legend signed his release papers and exited prison around in the wee hours of the morning (October 1st). The release was said to be covert and quiet in an attempt to avoid a media […]

When O.J. Simpson leaves the Lovelock Correctional Center in Nevada in the fall, he will have earned up to $600,000 from his National Football League pension.

Once news spread of the former football star's release the internet could not deal. 

I bet O.J. Simpson is happy as hell. The NFL legend was just granted his freedom as early as October 2017 by the Nevada Board of Parole. O.J.’s been incarcerated for the past 9 years due to his actions in taking property by force and kidnapping charges. Follow The Beat On Twitter: I wonder if […]

O.J. Simpson is set to go before the parole board on July 20, and depending on the outcome could be out of his jail cell and back on the streets as a free man as early as October. Simpson, who was accused of an alleged double murder of his ex-wife Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman, […]

O.J. Simpson is slated to go before the Nevada parole board this summer.

With all the documentaries on O.J. Simpson, DJ Esco and Future decided to make a whole song and video about the infamous former NFL player.

NewsOne Now panelist Lauren Victoria Burke took on the analysis of America's fascination with O.J. when she said, "This is the first in American history to get away with killing two White people and walk away -- it has never happened before."

Before he was Prisoner No. 0264892, O.J. Simpson was a star. In ESPN's five-part 30 for 30 documentary about "The Juice," the story takes a look at where he grew up and went to school

Longtime friend of O.J. and former police officer Ron Shipp says the incarcerated O.J. is almost 300 pounds and 'tormented' by what he's done