With her recently announced return to the show that made her famous, Basketball Wives and a guest-hosting stint on daytime talk show The Real, Evelyn Lozada is making her return to the spotlight in a pretty big way. On day three of her guest co-host spot on The Real, Lozada opened up about her relationship with Chad Johnson, which as you may recall ended due to domestic violence.
While discussing her former relationship with ex-football star Chad “Ochcinco” Johnson, Evelyn Lozada got very candid and emotional about the lasting effects of domestic abuse she endured while with Johnson. The conversation was already a very sensitive topic, and understandably so, but it was so emotional for the reality star that she began to tear up as she delved deeper in the discussion of domestic violence. Love B. Scott has further details about Lozada’s emotional remarks.
Via Love B. Scott:
Evelyn Lozada is continuing her guest co-hosting duties on ‘The Real’ and has a message to everyone telling her to ‘get over’ her domestic abuse.
While tearfully discussing domestic violence with the co-hosts, Evelyn tells the audience, “Please don’t tweet me telling me, ‘This happened FOUR years ago — get over it!’ It’s something that stays with you forever, okay?”
Evelyn also had some words for women who are going through domestic abuse issues of their own. “If it happens once we know it’s gonna happen again,” says Ev.
You can watch Evelyn’s tearful admission about how her domestic violence past has continued to stick with her despite the time that has passed in the clip BELOW:
We here at HB continue to wish Evelyn and her family the best and are grateful that she was able to come out of her experience a stronger and wiser person.
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Evelyn Lozada Gets Emotional While Discussing Previous Domestic Abuse was originally published on hellobeautiful.com