Chad Johnson A recent interview with the “Full Send Podcast” revealed how much he allegedly earned.
Wednesday, November 3rd, recording, Johnson Informed A host about his spending habits when discussing his past salary while playing in the NFL.
When asked at 40:32 Mark in an interview what he did with the $ 560,000 he allegedly earned each week while playing for the Cincinnati Bengals, Johnson said: Cheapest f–ker Literally in the world. “
The 43-year-old woman then asked the host to look up her net worth on Google before presenting her personal checking account. When the group shared that the search engine claimed that Johnson was probably worth $ 5 million, a former soccer player turned his phone and found that his checking account had $ 15 million. Shown.
As the conversation continued, Johnson repeated how cheap he was while in the league. Very cheap … I carry my black card and shop at f-king Claire. What are you going to say It’s just me. Others have the image of living. They are trying to impress. They are trying to compete. I have never been one of them. But if you like how it looks, I’ll wear it. “
He closed the conversation by mentioning all the costs he had luxury car, Came through the “adventurous things” he was doing outdoors, not through his personal money.
While talking about his smart car, Johnson said: I played and didn’t spend money. I haven’t touched it, but for some reason f-king Google’s net worth is what I consider to be one of those f-king idiots. “
Johnson began his football career as a wide receiver at the Cincinnati Bengals in 2001 and played for the team until 2011. That same year, Johnson was traded to the New England Patriots and released from the contract in June 2012.
Around that time, Johnson signed with the Miami Dolphins. After a fierce debate that eventually became violent after Johnson head-butted Rosada in August of that year, he was arrested for a domestic battery charge submitted by his ex-wife Evelyn Rosada. , Freed from dolphins.
Between 2014 and 2017, Johnson played for two different teams, including the Canadian Football League’s Montreal Alouette, and easily played with the Mexican team Riga de Footbol Americano Professional Monterey Fundidol. He hasn’t participated in the league professionally since then.
When Johnson’s interview became viral, fans’ reaction to the discussion diverged. Some praised the star for uncovering Google’s false information, while others brought up his cheesy habits.
“My daughter said she would stop playing with him.”
“Chad said F ** K violence … I’m choosing savings.”
“He said he would pay homage to his name.”
“He’s smart and cheap for certain things. It won’t break. Trust.”
“@Ochocinco has been saying for years that it won’t fall into the stereotype of radical spending.
“Do you know how cheap this guy is? Oh, he definitely has money.”
In addition to these remarks, one Instagram user described how this interview proved that Internet users shouldn’t believe all the information provided by Google search engines. The person writes: “That’s why people need to stop believing what Google is telling them. The site doesn’t know how much these celebrities are really laughing.”
Johnson reportedly shared how much money he had in his checking account, but it is unclear how much his total net worth was.