‘I Got Mine’: OJ Simpson Says He Was Given COVID-19 Vaccine

He also advised others to get theirs as well.

O.J. Simpson on Friday (January 29) tweeted an image of himself receiving a COVID-19 vaccine shot. 

“Get your shot. I got mine,” captioned Simpson the post, along with a photo of the shot being administered. 

Just hours after sharing the photo, the 73-year-old received thousands of negative responses. It was unclear which dose or brand he received. 

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Malcolm P. LaVergne, Simpson’s lawyer, told the New York Post that those 70-years and older are eligible to make an appointment for the vaccine in Las Vegas.

“There’s no favoritism with him being a celebrity — that has nothing to do with his getting the shot,” he said.

See O.J. Simpson’s tweet below.

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