RUMOR MILL: O.J. Simpson Reportedly Only Has Three Months to Live

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  • Mail Online has reported that O.J. Simpson is suffering from a terminal case of diabetes and has only three months to live.

    Doctors say the case stems from his unhealthy life. According to the Daily Enquirer, Simpson has gained an enormous amount of weight and is now up to 300 pounds.

    Simpson’s extremely high blood pressure, lack of physical activity and weight gain led doctors to draw such a severe conclusion.

    Simpson’s massive weight gain was first seen publicly during his court appearance in May. It has been reported that he spends his free time laying in bed, talking on his cell phone and the only time he gets up is to get junk good and sugary snacks.

    An unidentified friend of Simpson told the Enquirer, “OJ’s doctors have told him he could be dead in as little as three months because of his out-of-control blood sugar and blood pressure…But OJ doesn’t care. He knows he’s never going to get out of prison, so he refuses to take care of himself.”

    Simpson is facing 33 years in prison after his conviction for robbery which took place in 2008.

    (Photo: AP)

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    2 thoughts on “RUMOR MILL: O.J. Simpson Reportedly Only Has Three Months to Live

    1. Umm…is it April 1st? What the freak is a terminal case of diabetes? People don’t die directly from diabetes. They die from complications from diabetes or conditions brought on by diabetes, like heart disease or strokes or losing limbs. A doctor can’t predict when some one is going to die just because their blood sugar is out of control and eating junk. If so, half the elderly folks in the hood are about to drop dead right now. If this man hasn’t had a heart attack or stroke yet, I’m going to diagnose this report as flat out hoax.

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