Chad ‘Ochocinco’ Johnson Says His Girlfriend Is Different From His Exes, Suggests She’s ‘The One’

Chad ‘Ochocinco’ Johnson Says His Girlfriend Is Different From His Exes, Suggests She’s ‘The One’

Has Chad ‘Ochocinco’ Johnson found the one?

The former NFL star opened up about his girlfriend, Sharelle Rosado, recently and said she’s certainly different from the women he’s previously been with.

He explained on his I Am Athlete podcast how he knew she’s “the one.”

“I don’t even fall in temptation. When you’re truly happy with her, there’s no need…This is how you know she’s the one. I’m a gamer and the importance of gaming is something I put first in life, before any woman, sometimes even before my kids because it’s a way of revenue and it’s a way I pay my bills. If this certain individual calls my phone in the middle of gaming and I’m willing to press pause, that’s how you know she’s the one.”

Chad Johnson later said in the podcast:

“I’m really not the one to really be giving advice. For one, I’m a late bloomer to it anyway. You’ve been doing it for a while with the discipline. You’ve been doing it for a while. So I’m in the backend. I’m in the backend late in life, figuring out obviously who I am and who it is I actually need.”

He continued and made it clear he didn’t want to speak badly about any of his exes.

“I don’t want to say the wrong things to offend anybody from my past. Everybody was wonderful. I think what I have now, which I don’t think I’ve ever had before, is someone to provide me with a little structure. Again, not to be offensive to anybody else, but the pendulum is even. It’s not lopsided.”

He then confirmed that Sharelle Rosado keeps him more accountable than women he’s dated in the past.

Chad Johnson has most infamously been linked to Basketball Wives star Evelyn LozadaThe two were married for 41 days in 2012. She filed for divorce after he allegedly headbutted her during a dispute as she confronted him about cheating.

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Authored by: Char Patterson