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Petition To Stop Chad Ochocinco & Evelyn Lozada’s Reality Show Gaining Steam

by Robert Littal | Posted on Wednesday, May 2nd, 2012
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Petitions can be helpful.

When someone has been done wrong or an important cause needs to brought to the public attention, but petitions do you no good when you are trying to bring down a reality show.

That is what reality shows want. They want any attention they can get by any means necessary. Some are applauding this woman Alexis M. for trying to bring down Ocho and Evelyn’s reality show, but the real reality is that she is only helping build the buzz.

An amazing lady by the name of Alexis M. has engaged in a one-woman campaign to take on the dastardly behemoth otherwise known as “Basketball Wives.” As a woman on a mission, Alexis has accumulated thousands of signatures for her petition to stop the production of spinoff “Ev and Ocho,” featuring the always-angry Evelyn Lozada and her peculiar fiancé Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson.

People need to understand shows like the Basketball Wives aren’t reality. Do you really think Evelyn is jumping over tables every time she goes out to dinner or throwing bottles at a club?

It is entertainment television nothing more nothing less.

This petition just will make the show a bigger a success.

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  1. cxd says:

    I really and truly hope they get married so she can reveal her true self. Imagine watching Chad dodge knives, vases and cuss words trying to reason with her emotionally unstable anus….

  2. WOW popular visitors and I am one of those. Keep up the wonderful job…

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