“My proposal, it really wasn’t that romantic,” Lozada said. “He told me that the jeweler was coming to the house, so I thought he was going to buy watches. I didn’t know we were going to get engaged… Chad has his headset on ’cause he likes playing “Call Of Duty,” “Fifa,” all of that stuff. He was like, ‘Which one do you like?’… Put it on. He goes, ‘Alright, so we’re engaged.’”
After Ochocinco decided to spend the rest of his life with Lozada he continuned to kill people while playing the video game. But it must be true love because Lozada said, ”I’ll never forget this as long as I live.”
Dancing With The Stars veteran Chad Ochocinco is engaged to Basketball Wives star Evelyn Lozada, making them the perfect union in reality television. Now the couple are close to inking a deal of their own based on their own twist on the Brady Bunch. Between the two of them, Ochocinco and Lozada have five children. Lozada has a daughter, and Ochocinco has four children and three baby mamas, which is enough drama for a reality show in itself.
The couple will chronicle their journey to uniting their families on their trip to the alter. But in the meantime, Lozada will star in the newest season of Basketball Wives. The Puerto Rican beauty was once engaged to NBA player Antoine Walker also owns a popular Miami shoe boutique, Dolce Shoes.
With the NFL locked out, Chad Ochocino has to get a paycheck somehow. This time the outspoken Cincinnati Bengal rode a bull . Ochocinco accepted a challenge from Professional Bulls Riders Association CEO Sean Gleason.
Gleason bet Ochocino he could not stay on the bull for more than 8 seconds to win a brand new Ford150 and would have gotten a chance to rename the bull. Despite falling off in the first two second, Ochocinco did not walk away empty handed and won $10,000.
It’s too bad Ochocinco didn’t last because he was planning on naming the bull after Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis, saying on Twitter: “Why not name the bull Marvin Lewis, everything he says about me is #Bull[expletive] anyway!”
With next year’s NFL season still up in the air, players are trying to get by where they can, if that means moving in with their parents or changing careers. Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Chad Ochocino is trying out for an MLS team. The controversial wide receiver has a four-day tryout with Sporting Kansas City. Ochocinco confirmed his possible career change via Twitter saying, “Due to the NFL lockout, I’m excited to be able to follow my childhood dream of playing for a Major League Soccer team.”
While Sporting Kansas City is claiming this is not a publicity stunt, they were in the news last week for announcing that their new stadium would be called Livestrong Sporting Park, despite Lance Armstrong’s foundation not paying for naming rights.