We’ve come to the end of the road! Chad Johnson admits the relationship between he and Evelyn Lozada is “irretrievably broken” according to TMZ.
Despite having Evelyn’s face tattooed on his leg and performing a list of stunts and shows in the weeks following his arrest to win her back, Chad is finally ready to sign them papers after an initial refusal. Usher would be proud?
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Now the hood knows who to call when Mary J. Blige is unavailable for a breakthrough!
“You’ve been rewarded for being a thug among women! It’s gonna cost you,” chastised Iyanla Vanzant to ‘Basketball Wives’ star Evelyn Lozada during an intimate reunion inside a New York City hotel last week. “Superstar husband, four new children, spotlight, cameras. Who are you?”
The OWN Network had already planned for Evelyn to open up about past domestic abuse on ‘Iyanla, Fix My Life’ on the season premiere Saturday, September 15th. But after the recent headbutting incident with Chad Johnson people now have a legit reason to tune in.
A day after going above and beyond the “tattoo my name so I know it’s real” lifestyle by having Evelyn Lozada’s face immortalized in ink on his leg, Chocolate Bunny Lite returned with another stunt yesterday.
Rocking a t-shirt with the phrase “I Just Want To Love You” across the front (Hot Topic teas?), Terrell Owen’s double-ganger continued on the trail to
rack up publicity win back his wife’s heart — for all of America to see. Maybe Evelyn will catch all these pleas for attention when she has finished making her own media rounds, or maybe not?
A relaxed Jennifer Williams was photographed heading to Cuvée Restaurant on Robertson Boulevard in Los Angeles on Tuesday (September 4).
The ‘Basketball Wives’ star, who was joined by hired-then-fired NFL player Terrell Owens and a friend, says she was “distraught” to learn that her former best friend turned rival Evelyn Lozada was physically assaulted by husband Chad Johnson.
“I did reach out to her just because when things like that happen, you just put all the other BS to the side. I wouldn’t want to see my worst enemy go through that,” she says.
“I was very distraught to hear that,” Jennifer expressed in a video interview with website Hip Hollywood “I think everyone knows I was a big advocate against violence, regardless of whether it was domestic violence or whether it was women fighting.”
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