OJ Simpson on Murdaugh Trial: 'I Don't Know Why They Think I'm an Expert' - Still Gives His Opinion

Despite not understanding why he was being asked for his opinion on the trial of Alex Murdaugh, who is now a convicted murderer, O.J. Simpson still chose to share his opinion.

Alex Murdaugh, the lawyer, was found guilty of murdering his wife and son. However, prior to the jury's verdict, Simpson tweeted his opinion on the trial despite stating that he didn't understand why people were seeking his input.

The caption of the post by the former NFL running back read, "People keep asking me my opinion of the Alex Murdaugh trial."

"A whole lot of people asking me about this Alex Murdaugh trial. I don’t know why they think I’m an expert on it. But I got to admit when he took the stand, a guy who’s [a] habitual liar, I did watch," Simpson confessed.

"When the trial first started, I watched him take the stand, and I thought it was probably a mistake because the guy is an admitted liar, and it’s hard for me to think he could be on the stand for five, six, seven, eight days without lying," Simpson continued.

Afterward, the "Naked Gun" actor delved into legal analysis, providing commentary on potential crimes such as theft that the convicted murderer should be probed for.

"The question is: What did he lie about? But lying and stealing money is a little different than murder," Simpson said.

"Do I think it’s more likely that he did it? Yes," Simpson continued.

"The Juice," as he is nicknamed, went so far as to draw parallels between the trial and his own 2008 convictions, which led to a nine-year prison sentence for his involvement in an armed altercation over sports memorabilia.

"I’m curious there because I got nine to 33 years because I caught some guys trying to sell my stolen property and I yelled at them, and even they think I shouldn’t go to jail, and the judge gave me nine to 33 years. I’m trying to see what this guy is going to get," Simpson questioned.

Despite being unsure of why he was being asked for his opinion on the trial, he ultimately concluded by stating, "Nevertheless, I do think this guy more than likely did it."

After the verdict was reached, Simpson put out another video, this time with the caption, "Down goes Murdaugh."

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