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[SOUND] Former prison guard Jeffery Felix who befriended O.J. Simpson while locked up is writing a book about the football legend. The book is set to detail several private conversations between Felix and Simpson including Simpson's allegedly fathering Khloe Kardashian and being upset that Cuba Gooding Jr. is playing him in FX's American Crime Story. The People versus O.J. Simpson. Simpson told Felix, just call me Matt because people are always stepping on me and giving me nothing. Alright, what do you all say panelists? Slayed or Shade, slayed or shade? Shade, shade, shade, alright Tony make it snappy, why shade? So this is O.J.'s supposed friend, a guy who befriended him while he was In prison, and he took that and sold all of his secrets. Okay. That's kind of shady to me. That's shady to you? Loki? OJ, just sit down. Let it go. Just let it go. I think you you better let it go. Can I second that? No Okay. Just let it go. Ivan I'm gonna the final word. I don't think O.J. should let it go and I think it is very shady of his friend to do that. He should absolutely make money off of O.J. Simpson Simpson off of his own name and likeness. He was not found guilty a hundred and fifty thousand years ago, but he still has to keep paying over and over. And they got it right with that title. Cause it's been the People versus OJ. It has definitely been Cut it out

O.J. Simpson Could Be Granted Parole Today. Watch His Hearing

He was sentenced to 33 years in prison in 2008



This article originally appeared on Time.

O.J. Simpson will find out at a parole hearing Thursday whether he will be freed soon.

Simpson, now 70, has served eight years for armed robbery, kidnapping, and other charges for his role in a 2007 attempt to steal sports memorabilia that Simpson said belonged to him.

Simpson was sentenced to 33 years in prison in 2008. But he is nearing his nine-year minimum sentence, which he’s currently serving at Nevada’s Lovelock Correctional Center.

The former football player is scheduled to meet with four parole board members through a video teleconference Thursday at 10 a.m. Factors that the parole board will consider include include Simpson’s age, prior convictions, the nature of the crime and possible plans after release.

Simpson has no prior felonies, though a 1995 case for the murder of Simpson’s ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman was dubbed “The Trial of the Century.” Simpson was acquitted on all counts.

Watch here live Thursday at 10 a.m. PDT.