Chad Johnson Is as Dumb as it Gets
I was going to write an uplifting piece on the pageantry of the Olympics and how I found it perhaps the most compelling in recent memory – from Oscar Pistorius doing his thing as a double amputee to Gabby Douglas being the first Black American woman to win the gymnastics all-around competition.
Instead I have to give my two cents on arguably the most stupid mother(lover) in sports: Chad Johnson, or Ochocinco, or whatever the hell he is calling himself.
Where do I begin? First, he managed to get himself fired from one of the best franchises in the NFL – if not in sports – the New England Patriots. If a team says a player had trouble grasping the playbook, that is code for saying that he is pretty dumb.
Next, he managed to land a gig with the Miami Dolphins – which was nice even if he signed a one-year deal. All dude had to do was to get his mind right and focus.
Instead, he opted to marry “reality” star/gold-digger Evelyn Lozada. And we all know how successful a “reality”-related unions are. So successful that Johnson was arrested on a domestic assault charge after said gold-digger found some a receipt for some condoms in his car.
(First of all, if Chad was going to cheat, why would he be dumb enough to leave a receipt for condoms lying around for his spouse to find? But I digress…)
I don’t know about you, but if I am working on a gig that is more likely my last shot at remaining in the NFL, I’d be making sure my ass is laying low as possible. That means no dalliances with any “reality” star, and no dogging it in practices as illustrated on HBO’s “Hard Knocks”.
Instead this mother(lover) decided that he loved the spotlight in the “reality” world – and his alleged love for putang outside his marriage – more than remaining in the NFL. An assault charge and unwanted distractions later, Johnson is out of a job. And make no mistake, there is no excuse for hitting a woman, let alone your spouse.
Johnson used to be known as “Ochocinco”. Now he is known as something else.
Posted on August 12, 2012, in NFL, sports story and tagged Chad Johnson, Chad Ochocinco, Miami Dolphins, new england patriots, NFL, Opinion, oscar pistorius, pro football, Sports. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.