“Ocho Cinco Wanted Me”: Chad Johnson Is Still Trolling The Ladies Of Basketball Wives
Petty Pedro is back to his antics.
Chad Johnson is trolling all of our lives and looking pretty good while doing so on the ‘gram. The 41-year-old former NFL star shared video of himself flexing his muscles in the gym, leaving little to the imagination as Atlantic Starr played in the background. The caption to the short clip? “Ocho Cinco wanted me………..”
Feel free to interpret that as you like. Plenty of people on his page already have, and whatever they came up with, they were left laughing.
The caption, of course, comes from it being exposed on the most recent season of Basketball Wives that Johnson was exchanging messages with cast member Ogom “OG” Chijindu, before she was on the show of course, while he was in a pretty serious relationship with star Evelyn Lozada. While verbally sparring with Lozada, who said OG was “ugly,” her cast mate hit back by saying “Ochocinco wanted me,” and “I’m your favorite athlete’s athlete.” Lozada, of course, believed this to be a lie and reached out to her ex-husband to confirm such. He gave Lozada the impression that OG was exaggerating, sending her some doctored direct messages from Twitter. However, OG had text messages in her phone that seemed to back up her word and went back pretty far.
Johnson seemingly responded to the situation by neither denying or confirming anything — other than the fact that he’s not perfect.
When a commenter told him that “you are such a HO OMG,” he responded by saying, “When the f–k did I portray to be a saint?”
The Miami native proposed to Lozada in 2010, and the couple tied the knot on the Fourth of July in 2012, a year after OG claimed correspondences began between them. A month later, Johnson was arrested and charged with domestic battery for headbutting the reality star after an argument over a receipt for condoms she found in a car. She filed for divorce days later and he was released by the Miami Dolphins.
When a fan asked her over the summer how she made the decision to leave, Lozada said she did it for her daughter, Shaniece.
“I knew in my heart I deserved better,” she said. “I also didn’t want my daughter to think that it was ok to stay in an abusive relationship.”
“Seeing me at the hospital spoke volumes,” she added. “Me leaving that relationship also sent her another message.”