Twitter users were quick to share thoughts about O.J. Simpson's testimony Thursday in front of the Lovelock Correctional Center Parole Board. The disgraced football star and actor made a lengthy defense before he was set to be released on October 1.

Simpson, 70, has served almost nine years of a 33-year sentence after being found guilty in 2008 on 12 charges including robbery and kidnapping. He was charged with forcing his way into sports memorabilia collector Bruce Fromong's Las Vegas hotel room and robbing him at gunpoint. Simpson claimed he was trying to get personal items stolen from his home years ago. 

Simpson, who was the subject of the highly publicized and controversial "Trial of the Century" in 1995, was acquitted in the murder trial his wife Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman. In a civil trial, Simpson was found liable for $33.5 million dollars to the families of the victims.  

After it was announced he was being released, Twitter reacted with the phrase "the 'Juice' is loose," referring to Simpson's nickname "The Juice." 

The parole granted also immediately became a racial question. 

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Other users on Twitter focused on Simpson's quote from the Thursday hearing: "I've basically lived a conflict-free life." 

Twitter users were also critical of the former sports star's testimony because it came off as rambling, with many asking why Simpson wasn't being represented by an attorney. 

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Other users argued about his former case involving the double murder of his ex-wife Nicole Brown. Despite his acquittal over 20 years ago, users were still convinced he got away with murder and let their feels show on social media. 

Others commented on the Malcolm LaVergne, Simpson's lawyer, who momentarily couldn't find a letter from a teacher in support of the former sport's star. Additionally, his daughter, Arnelle testified on his behalf.