OJ Simpson Caitlyn Jenner

An OJ Simpson-Caitlyn Jenner feud may be brewing after Simpson took a personal swipe at Jenner following her very harsh criticism of the former NFL star.

The feud started after Caitlyn Jenner claimed that she knew OJ killed Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. Now, everyone has their 1st Amendment right to say whatever they want but that doesn’t mean you won’t be receiving a rebuttal you might not like.

For some context, the former Bruce Jenner was married to Kris Jenner, whose late husband was Robert Kardashian, a close friend of OJ Simpson and one of his lawyers during his infamous murder trial.

From TMZ:

O.J. Simpson’s taking a transphobic shot at Caitlyn Jenner for her claim she and Kris Jenner knew damn well O.J. killed Nicole and Ron Goldman.

Simpson was out in Las Vegas when a photog asked him about Caitlyn’s recent comments. At first, he said he’s never met Caitlyn and claims he barely knew Bruce, despite the fact they vacationed together. Then he started jabbing.

Watch … O.J. seems to think his comment is lighthearted, or even a joke. We’re guessing Caitlyn won’t be laughing about it, and we’re sure, after seeing this … there’s bad blood between the old friends.

Simpson was well within his right to take a shot at Caitlyn over the earlier diss and if your feelings are hurt, you might want to check them at the door.

Nowhere in the Constitution does it say we have to forcefully accept someone’s criticisms without responding. That’s something nobody should ever expect to happen to them. If you call someone out, be prepared to receive a response.

I know some trans-supporters are going to be angry at Simpson’s comeback but people need to chill. Don’t get involved in their argument. Let Simpson and Jenner solve their differences like adults, and in private!

Do you think that people should just let Simpson and Jenner settle their feud on their own without the public getting involved? Share your thoughts below! 

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