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OJ Simpson diagnosed with cancer, undergoes chemotherapy

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OJ Simpson, the former football star and acquitted murder suspect, has been diagnosed with prostate cancer and is undergoing chemotherapy in Las Vegas.

Simpson denied rumors of being placed in hospice care, stating he was hosting friends for the Super Bowl and emphasizing his well-being.

Simpson wrote, “Hospice? Hospice? You talkin’ about hospice?”

“No, I’m not in any hospice. I don’t know who put that out there, but whoever put that out there, I guess it’s like the Donald say, can’t trust the media,” continued Simpson.

“In any event, I’m hosting a ton of friends for the Super Bowl here in Las Vegas. All is well, you know. So hey guys, take care. Have a good Super Bowl weekend,” added the former football star.

After being acquitted in the highly publicized double murder trial of his ex-wife and her friend, Simpson was later convicted in a separate case for leading a group in an attempt to steal sports memorabilia in Las Vegas, serving a nine-year prison sentence before being released in 2017.

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