Evelyn Lozada had to put her foot down when a fan recently slinked into her comments section looking for her ex-husband Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson.
The reality star, who is currently filming season eight of “Basketball Wives,” posed alongside her pal rapper Feby when they stepped out in Los Angeles on Feb. 19.
“My little sis @uluvfeby #NYStandUp,” Lozada captioned the post.
Several fans sang praises of the TV star and her style.
“All ways slaying looking beautiful classy and slaying 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻 I appreciate your classiness and beauty”
“Damn E, u don’t hv to be that damn bad… Geesh.”
“You are such an Inspiration, nonetheless Absolutely Stunning! God Bless you and yours always- Love ya!💕🙏💯😍👏👏👏”
However, the love fest came to an abrupt halt when a troll asked about the whereabouts of Lozada’s ex, whom she divorced in September 2012 after a headbutting domestic violence incident led to his arrest.
“Where’s ochocinco?” the user wondered.
“@steven_lisacki His page is @ochocinco since you’re so pressed,” Lozada fired back.
It seems Lozada firmly wants nothing to do with the former Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver. Recently, it was reported that she was in talks to join a reality show chronicling the experiences of sports stars’ former wives and girlfriends who survived abuse. It’s said to have been inspired by last month’s Lifetime documentary series “Surviving R. Kelly.”
However, Lozada’s representatives clarified to TMZ that while she was approached to be part of the show, the single mom ultimately decided against doing it.
“Evelyn’s involvement in the documentary is absolutely FALSE,” a statement issued by her rep said. “Producers from Kinetic Content (KC), reached out to us and proposed Evelyn’s possible participation in the upcoming project in early January 2019. After a preliminary discussion with KC, we respectfully declined their request — and have emails to and from KC that support our rejection of the offer. Ms. Lozada congratulates Kinetic Content for igniting this important conversation and providing a platform for domestic violence survivors to share their stories.”
Lozada also confirmed she’s not involved in a since-deleted Instagram post and responded to a fan who doubted the news in the first place.
“I didn’t think you were. Especially after Tammi falsely accused you about being abusive and how you responded. Just would have been contradiction. Blessings,” the supporter wrote.
“@pecanikay Exactly… I’m only speaking about healing and how to move forward. #NothingElse,” Lozada said.