Evelyn Lozada Reacts to Chad Johnson's Candid ESPN Interview

Evelyn Lozada took to her Twitter account to react to ex-husband and NFL free agent Chad Johnson speaking about their domestic dispute on ESPN's "First Take" Wednesday.

When one of Lozada's Twitter followers prompted her to tune into the show featuring Johnson who joined hosts Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith to tell them why his career marriage failed, the 36-year-old reality television attached a symbol of eyes to her Twitter account. After attaching another symbol of "watching" eyes to her Twitter account, Lozada then wrote one of her ex-husband's known catch-phrases: "child please."

It seemed as if Johnson was aware of Lozada's tweets, because he attached the same symbol of watching eyes to his own Twitter account along with a heart. Then, the former NFL star tweeted, "@ me so I know it's real."

After reading his tweets, one of Lozada's followers let the reality television star and author know that her ex-husband may be tweeting about her. Lozada responded to the message by saying how amused she was by her Twitter followers.

"Y'all are funny," Lozada tweeted. "My twitter followers crack me up!"

In Johnson's interview on ESPN's "First Take", he spoke candidly about mistakes that he's made in his marriage that resulted in a divorce after he headbutted his wife.

"What happened was a mistake, that's what happened. A mistake that I continually apologized for to the people I've hurt including my wife," Johnson said on the show. "I think me continuing to say sorry drowns it out. I've accepted responsibility for my actions."

Johnson spoke candidly about his domestic dispute that led to an arrest and him being fired from the Miami Dolphins.

"Everybody on the outside sees it one way, okay you got cut. There was a domestic dispute for one which was all my fault, because I'm living life the way it shouldn't be lived which is why I lost everything I did," Johnson said. "Because that man upstairs is saying let me bring you back a little bit you're a little too wild. So it is what it is, I made my bed I'm laying in it and I paid the price."

Following Johnson's interview, one of Lozada's followers asked if she was bothered by the fact that her own mother still stayed in contact with her ex-husband.

"No not at all," she replied simply.