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Chad Johnson, 35, seems to be ready to move on from his ex-wife and reality television star Evelyn Lozada.
Johnson, the free agent NFL wide receiver who was dropped from the Miami Dolphins after physically assaulting Lozada, 37, last August, no longer seems interested in mentioning his ex-wife in the media. While Johnson was insisting that he would fight for his marriage following the pair's separation one month after their July 4 wedding, he seems to have finally given up hope.
Recently, Johnson was questioned about his ex-wife by a TMZ reporter.
"So you've been talking to Evelyn lately or what," the reporter asked Johnson.
While Johnson has not shied away from talking about his ex-wife previously, he refused to mention the reality television star recently.
"Who?" Johnson questioned, instead speaking about his hope to play in the NFL again.
When the reporter repeated Lozada's name, Johnson decided to repeat his question.
Lozada seemed just as ready to forget about her nuptials to Johnson when a fan on Twitter questioned the "Basketball Wives" star recently. The reality television star made it clear that she did not consider her first marriage to be legitimate after she was questioned by a fan about her thoughts on being married again during her Twitter question and answer session.
"Again," Lozada questioned on Twitter. "It will be my first 'marriage' lol."
However, Lozada made it clear that she would never lose communication with Johnson's children after one fan questioned if she still communicated with her step children.
"With @Jicyraa_Carter yes & always will," Lozada tweeted before referring to her former stepdaughter Jicyraa by her nickname. "Right poop?"
Earlier this year, Lozada opened up to Celebuzz about her desires to let God choose her next husband.
"I still want to be a mother, I still want to have other children, I still want to get married and have a family," Lozada told Celebuzz previously. "Only this time, instead of me choosing, I'm going to allow God to choose whomever for me."