O.J. Simpson could care less that his controversial book “If I Did It” never got published. The book caused an uproar when it was announced that O.J. would detail how he killed Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman, IF he killed them. The book was also going to be released in conjuction with an interview. After the book was announced, it was shortly put to death because of the public’s response.
O.J. spoke out about it and claims he didn’t write a thing, but he gave his OK. “I wasn’t happy with the hypothetical paragraphs. A ghostwriter wrote the whole thing, and I OK’d it. But there were a lot of inaccuracies about the case and about how I would have done things. But I figure I’d let it go since I didn’t kill anyone.”
He also said that he doesn’t really care about the public’s response, because he still got his check. “I don’t care. I got paid just the same.”
Blood money. It seems like he’s fine with completely selling his soul. What can you say to that?