The Juice is still loose, and he’s making his rounds.
O. J. Simpson was released from prison in October and has since been seen partying with models in L.A., and being kicked out of a Las Vegas casino for breaking a glass. But now that he resides in the Vegas area, he’s found a new local hangout: Moon Doggies.
Simpson found some time to hang out with the Bills Mafia to support the team from afar; he was spotted with fellow Buffalo Bills fans as they took on the Jacksonville Jaguars. Buffalo lost 10-3 after quarterback Tyrod Tayler went down late in the fourth quarter during a drive that could have tied the game.
Backup quarterback Nathan Peterman took over as the clock dwindled, but just couldn’t seem to move the ball downfield. Simpson may have been rocking his own jersey when he handed out candy on Halloween, but he decided to switch it up and rock running back LeSean McCoy’s number 25 jersey yesterday (January 7).
The 70-year-old ex-baller has remained a devout Bills fan after playing nine of his 11 seasons in upstate New York. He ended his career as a San Francisco 49er, but the Bills is where he made a name for himself and landed five Pro Bowl appearances. After the San Fran stint, the storied running back called it quits and focused his time on being a sports commentator and actor, even scoring a part in the Naked Gun trilogy. He later landed a part in a television show called Frogmen that could have been his breakout role, but it was canceled after he was arrested (and acquitted) for the murders of Ron Goldman and Nicole Brown.