Chad OchoCinco Proposed to Evelyn Lozada While Playing Call of Duty | Robert Littal Presents BlackSportsOnline

Chad OchoCinco Proposed to Evelyn Lozada While Playing Call of Duty

by Robert Littal | Posted on Wednesday, June 27th, 2012
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In my twisted mind, I believe the weirder the relationship the more likely it is to succeed. The reason being is sometimes people put on a show so to speak to capture their lady, but once they have done that it is the apex of their relationship.

Then it just goes downhill from that point.

Considering Chad’s proposal to Evelyn, their relationship can only go up from this.

The cameras never caught with Evelyn and Chad was the moment he asked her to marry him.

And that could be because there never was one. Evelyn sat down with V-103 radio host Egypt to talk her new (and ex) fiance.

Evelyn, how did Chad propose to you?

I wish I had a really romantic story to tell you, but it’s not so romantic. A jeweler came to the house, had a few rings, he had my ring in a separate box. I, of course, chose that one. [Chad] had a headset on and he was like, ‘You like it?’ and I was like, ‘Yep’ and I put it on and he goes, ‘Okay cool,’ and he started playing Call of Duty.

This is either the greatest or worst proposal of all time, but Call of Duty is a very good game, so I understand him wanted to get back to it.

Silly things like a romantic proposal can wait.

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  1. The Real says:

    She’s almost got him where she wants him, just ask Antione Walker how their relationship went.

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