Peter Bailey continues his critically-acclaimed series by sharing a NiteCap inside David's Cafe on South Beach with former NFL star & reality TV personality Chad Johnson. Chad opens up exclusively to Peter about past with Evelyn Lozada, monogamy, embattled NFL career and Liberty City childhood.
That's what I like Do you Dats dat real nicca. The best ever done it. My guy.Clarence Chamblee
Thank you Ocho! As a black man, all my life I have fought to be "me" without being a stereotype. Theater, history, travel, Orchestra, Art, the Beatles. None of it fit into your norm of being "black" till I found out it was all bullshit. Be yourself. Good to hear another dude like myself out there.Autry Welch
I love Ocho. Live and die by the sword (your values & truth). A true SamuraiShaman Omar
Chad is realer than any one who disagrees!! Look at every great man in the Bible women in one form or the other were there flaw except JesusLee Hill
paints nails black “man he’s so different” ....uh ok.2 Petty
i think if 2 people value the security that comes with monogomous relationships, theyre MORE LIKELY to remain faithful to eachother.....but theres always going to be other people that come into your life that strike your interest so im a big advocate of hanging out with other women, going out to eat, movies, maybe even a handjob LOL just no sex.ThousandairesClub
Chad the truth!Fit Life 120
One of the best interviews I've watched.Brian Griggs
Chad thinks he knows it all. Hes too caught up in vaginaSam B
Obama aint cheatingSam B
Unfortunately all Chad showed us was a stereotypeSam B
Davidoff YamasaB L V C X S V N T V
Exactly fuck trying to belong be youlock boi beats 305
We are from those same liberty city streets bub and trav and the rest of them made sure i went to school they kept me away from the game. I love my city and free john doelock boi beats 305
All this background noise is really hard to listen toT J
We part ways at the fingernail polish, but I agree with a lot of what he said.ROBERT ROLAND
Think people need to separate his perceived drama he had with football and his personal life. I don't tolerate any drama from females or in my personal life, but at work I'm aggressive because its competitive and sometimes that equals drama only because coworkers can't separate the professional from personal, get their feelings hurt etc.
I kinda get this guy.
That other dude want so bad to be a simp and he setting him self up for failureAndre Bryant
This guy upbringing fkd him up. Sad soulgraylobo133
I can't get pass the black nail polish!Kia Ragland
Award-winning and media entrepreneur takes his critically-acclaimed NiteCap series back to his native US Virgin Islands for the third time. This time he features local boxer and celebrity chef Julius Jackson alongside high school students throughout the territory.
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