Chad Johnson, Evelyn Lozada Back Together After Kissing 'Basketball Wives' Star on TV Screen? [PHOTOS, VIDEO]
on Oct 09, 2013 10:00 AM EDT
Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson recently posted a bizarre picture of him kissing ex-wife Evelyn Lozada on his television screen fueling rumors that the couple may have reconciled.
Johnson made headlines last year in 2012 after he head-butted Lozada after she found a receipt to condoms he purchased. The two had just married on July 4th of that year and ended up divorcing 41 days later. Johnson was released from Miami Dolphins a day after he was arrested for domestic battery charges.
On Tuesday, Johnson took to his Twitter to reveal to fans that he still loves Lozada despite their divorce. He posted an image of him kissing the screen in which Lozada was on for her hit-reality show, "Basketball Wives."
"I caught my bae my surprise," he captioned the photo, later adding, "Her facial expression though."
The picture was retweeted by over 3,500 followers.
Lozada did not respond to Johnson's tweet.
Meanwhile, the reality star wants her wants her own show, besides "Basketball Wives."
"As far as future seasons, I signed on to do 5 seasons. And this is our fifth. I don't really see me doing a sixth season. I'm open to doing a spinoff but just not with a cast of women," she told the Huffington Post.
In a recent interview with Sway in the Morning, Lozada also discussed her beef with cast mate Tasha Marbury for making jokes about the head-butting incident, adding that she needs to step her game up.
"We're six episodes in and you got four thousand followers on Twitter. You aint popin like that. She was trying to be funny and make a mark on the show but it blew up in her face."
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