OJ SIMPSON has waded in on the Tiger King discussion claiming that he has "not a shred of doubt" that animal rights activist Carole Baskin murdered her first husband, multi-millionaire Don Lewis.
The docuseries has taken Netflix by storm, and become a popular choice for many on lockdown during the coronavirus pandemic.
It explores the possibility that a murder was committed – and former NFL hero Simpson, himself previously accused of murder, is adamant that was what happened.
The sports star-turned-actor was sensationally acquitted of the brutal killings of Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman – that itself became a Netflix series.
Simpson uploaded a clip to Twitter where he gave his thoughts on the Tiger King series.
He said: "Yesterday I watched the show, and oh my God, is America in this bad of shape.
"I watched about six episodes of this show and I couldn't believe what I was looking at. White people, what's with you and wild animals? Leave them animals alone!
"The show is crazy, but it's so crazy, you kind of keep watching.
"One thing I will say – there's not a shred of doubt in my mind that that lady's husband is Tiger sashimi right now, I'm just saying!"
Docuseries Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem And Madness was planned as an investigation into the illegal trade of endangered animals.
But it ended up focusing on the feud between self-styled Tiger King Joe Exotic, 57, and Baskin, who runs Big Cat Rescue in Florida.
Exotic is serving 22 years in jail for hiring a hitman to kill hippie animal rights activist Baskin.
She, in turn, is dogged by rumours she killed her ex-husband 21 years ago and then fed him to tigers.
The cast of colourful characters also includes a drugs kingpin who claims he was the inspiration for 1983 Al Pacino film Scarface, a dodgy businessman who sneaked tiger cubs into hotels to entertain glamour models and two heterosexual male drug addicts who agreed to a three-way gay marriage with Exotic.
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