O.J. Simpson dies at 76 after cancer battle

"Good riddance" as Caitlyn Jenner reacts to OJ Simpson's death



O.J. Simpson dies at 76 after cancer battle

O.J. Simpson is dead after a cancer battle.


The former NFL great — who stood trial for the double-murder of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ron Goldman, in the ’90s, only to be acquitted — passed away Wednesday, April 10, in Las Vegas.


His family announced the sad news today, April 11, via his X account.


He was surrounded by his children and grandchildren when he died Wednesday night.


This comes weeks after it was reported that he had cancer.


In February 2024, a local outlet reported he had cancer and O.J. immediately did a video to deny reports he was in hospice, but didn’t address the cancer report.

“Good riddance” Caitlyn Jenner reacts to OJ Simpson’s death


"Good riddance" Caitlyn Jenner reacts to OJ Simpson

Caitlyn Jenner is celebrating the death of OJ Simpson.


The football star died last night, April 10, at the age of 76 and it was announced today, April 11.


Shortly after the announcement,  Caitlyn Jenner, 74, tweeted, “Good riddance #OJSimpson.”


"Good riddance" Caitlyn Jenner reacts to OJ Simpson


Caitlyn Jenner, formerly Bruce Jenner, was married to Kris Jenner when her best friend Nicole Brown, OJ’s ex-wife, was brutally murdered with Ron Goldman in Los Angeles.


Kris’s ex-husband, Robert Kardashian, represented OJ at his murder trial – a decision that caused problems for the Kardashians.


OJ was sensationally acquitted of the killing, despite the mountain of evidence against him and absolute belief among Nicole’s friends that he was responsible for their deaths.


In Caitlyn’s autobiography, The Secrets Of My Life, she gave a scathing assessment of the former NFL star.


“He was the most narcissistic, egocentric, neediest a***ole in the world of sports I had ever seen, and I had seen a lot of them,” Caitlyn wrote.


Caitlyn is the first member of the Kardashian/Jenner family to react to Simpson’s death.


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