Evelyn Lozada and Ochocinco Put Wedding on Hold

It seems as if the wedding plans for NFL star wide receiver and on-field personality Chad Ochocinco and Eveyln Lozada, a television star of a reality show, has been put on hold due to reports involving the charismatic football star and rumors of cheating.

According to TMZ, Lozada confronted the pro football player after suspecting him of cheating with another other woman. Soon afterwards she stopped the plans surrounding the wedding.

The wedding was set to take place this summer according to sources who are close to the couple. There also has been no official word from either of the two stating that the plans have been completely cancelled but, with celebrating weddings recently, the track record does not look good.

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Ochocinco, who loves to talk on his Twitter account, tweeted to fans recently that he and Lozado where still together. It is kind of ironic that Ochocinco would take to Twitter to break the news considering the two met after a public disagreement on the social networking site.

When questioned by one fan via Twitter on Thursday about the alleged rumor Chad responded, “Broke a lamp or headboard? Not a chance in hell kind madam.”

There was also a reality show planned for television which would document the couple’s lives as the two made plans to get married. That show was also put on hold before it was supposed to start airing later this month by Lozada.

Lozado has actually never been married to a basketball player even though she has been a leading person on the “Basketball Wives” reality show for all of the shows four seasons.

She was together with NBA player Antoine Walker for nearly a decade before deciding to call off the wedding shortly after the two got engaged.

Lozada was also involved in a cheating allegation with another NFL star, Terrell Owens, last year.

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