O.J. Simpson Finally Clears Up Rumors on Kris Jenner Affair and Khloe Kardashian's Paternity
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Taking to his newly created Twitter account, the former NFL football star blames his former manager Norman Pardo for spreading the 'tasteless' and 'bogus' rumors.

AceShowbiz - O.J. Simpson does make use of his newly created Twitter account to "challenge a lot of that BS (bulls**t) and set the record straight" on various rumors about him. First of all, he wanted to clear up long-running speculations about him being the real father of Khloe Kardashian, which stemmed from his alleged affair with Kris Jenner.

On Sunday, June 16, the convicted armed robber shared a video where he called all those rumors "bogus." He began the video by once again introducing his social media account. "Once and awhile I'm going to go off topic and talk about something else and this is one of those times," he said. Describing Robert Kardashian as "like a brother to me," he continued, "He was a great guy. He met and married Kris and they really had a terrific time together when they were together. Unfortunately that ended."

He went on denying that he ever had any special relationship with Robert's ex-wife Kris, "But never, and I stress never, have I ever had any interest in Kris sexually and I never got any indication that she had any interest in me. So all of these stories are just bad...bogus...tasteless."

As for Khloe's paternity, O.J. made it clear that he's not her father. "Khloe, like all the (Kardashian) girls, I'm very proud of, just like I know Bob would be if he was here," he spoke highly of the 34-year-old reality TV star. "But the simple facts of the matter is she's not mine."

The former NFL football star claimed Norman Pardo, whom "the media love to say is my manager," was responsible for spreading those baseless rumors. "I've always managed my own affairs, and I'd like to think very successfully," he explained. "So, when you see these guys like Norm, and these guys claim that they are my manager, it's just not true. I've may have done a deal here or there with them, but none of these guys were anything remotely like a manager for me."

O.J. was released from prison on October 1, 2017 after serving nine of his 33-year prison sentence for felonies of armed robbery and kidnapping. He kept a low profile until he joined Twitter on Friday, June 14 under the username @TheRealOJ32.

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