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OJ Simpson found himself sidestepped on a night out after moving in for a kiss with a female fan.
The former NFL player was left embarrassed after a clip posted by TikTok user @mackenziegd1988, showing her sharply moving out the way of the 74-year-old, went viral.
At the start of the clip, the fan seemed more than happy to pose alongside Simpson, pointing at him affectionally while shouting “OJ baby, he’s out, he's out baby."
A smiling Simpson clearly read too much into her advances though, and after leaning in for a smooch was dodged by the woman, who then managed to film herself pulling off a humorous, if not very awkward, expression.
Sure enough, the clip was met with much hilarity on social media, with many users commenting on just how much they were cringing for the ex-Buffalo Bills and San Francisco 49ers running back.
The New York Post quoted two amused users, with one saying: “I can’t live with the embarrassment I just got from watching that,” while another stated: “The way you curved him when he went in IM CRYING.”
Simpson was notoriously tried, and acquitted, in 1995 for the murders of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ron Goldman.
However, Goldman's family then filed a civil lawsuit that resulted in Simpson being ordered to pay $33,500,000 in damages.
Despite this, he declined to keep a low profile and was regularly seen on nights out until he was convicted of robbery and kidnapping in 2008 and sentenced to 33 years in prison.
However, he was released in October 2017 having served just nine years.
And he's still not shy about public appearances. In October, he left his home in Las Vegas to venture out to Orchard Park to watch the Buffalo Bills beat the Miami Dolphins. The man famously nicknamed 'Juice', whose name is on the Wall of Fame at Highmark Stadium, wore a blue Bills winter hat as he watched the game and cheered on his old team.
He later posted a video on Twitter, a platform on which he enjoys more than 898,000 followers, recalling his fond memories of from playing both for the Bills and at the stadium.
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