Following his fiancée Sharelle Rosado’s teaser for her new program, “Selling Tampa,” Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson turned to Twitter on Nov. 30 to express his thankfulness for becoming a stay-at-home father.
Aside from the newest arrival, the couple, who are expecting their first child together, has a blended family of ten. Rosado has three children, while Johnson has seven from a previous relationship.
Rosado’s upcoming Netflix series “Selling Tampa” is a spinoff of “Selling Sunset,” a reality show that follows the lives of real estate agents working for a luxury property firm as they try to sell multimillion-dollar mansions.
The reality star tweeted the trailer for the show with the remark, “The trailer for Selling Tampa is here!” We’re really looking forward to hearing from you! Here’s a sneak peek at my life at Allure Realty. Only on Netflix, #SellingTampa launches on December 15th.”
Johnson went a step further by not only retweeting his fiancée’s tweet, but also revealing that he has always wanted to be a “stay-at-home” parent, especially now that Rosado’s latest project may bring in some cash. “I manifested the life I’ve always dreamed of & that’s becoming a stay at home parent,” he playfully wrote.
As people began to see Johnson’s message, many of them congratulated him, as did the former Bengals wide receiver. Johnson was even dubbed a “inspiration” by one social media user.
“Someone needs to look after your 85 kids Ocho! Congrats man.”
“Welcome to the club.”
“Living the dream.”
“Bro is my inspiration. Gaming & taking care of his kids.”
Johnson, who hasn’t played professional football since 2017, has turned his attention to other projects, including his podcast “I Am Athlete,” which features former NFL players Brandon Marshall, Fred Taylor, and Chad Crowder.