Chad Johnson shocks fans, reveals how much he has in his bank account after Google information claims he was worth $ 5 million
Chad Johnson revealed the amount of money he would have made in a recent interview with “Full Send Podcast”.
In the Wednesday November 3 recording, Johnson briefed the hosts on his spending habits when he discussed his past salary while playing in the NFL.
Johnson said at 40:32 of the interview when asked what he did with the $ 560,000 he would have earned each week playing for the Cincinnati Bengals, âI’m literally the f- the cheapest ker in the world. “
The 43-year-old then asked the hosts to Google his net worth before showing his personal checking account. When the group shared that the search engine claimed Johnson was worth $ 5 million, the former football player circulated his phone and showed his checking account would have had $ 15 million.
As the conversation continued, Johnson reiterated how cheap he was in the league: âWhen I was playing I was the cheapest son of ab-h. Extremely cheapâ¦ I buy from f â king Claires with a black card. What are you gonna say It is only me. Other people have an image to respect. They try to impress. They are trying to compete. I have never been one of them. But if I like the look of something, I’ll wear it.
He concluded the conversation by mentioning that all the expenses he had, including his luxury cars, were not from his personal money but from the âadventurous stuffâ he did off the field.
Johnson said, while talking about his smart car, âI was only able to get the smart car because of all the adventurous things I was doing off the field to get all the luxury items. not used my money gambling. I never touched it, but for some reason Google net worth thinks I was one of those f-king idiots.
Johnson began his footballing career with the Cincinnati Bengals in 2001 as a wide receiver and played with the team until 2011. The same year Johnson was traded to the New England Patriots and released from his contract. in June 2012.
Also, around this time, Johnson signed with the Miami Dolphins. In August of the same year, he was released from the Dolphins after his arrest on a domestic battery charge filed by his ex-wife, Evelyn Lozada, following a heated argument that ultimately turned violent after Johnson allegedly gave a whim to Lozada.
During the period from 2014 to 2017, Johnson played for two different teams, including the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League and briefly with the Mexican team Monterrey Fundidores of the Liga de FÃºtbol Americano Profesional. Since then he has not professionally participated in the league.
As Johnson’s interview went viral, fan responses to the discussion were divided. Some applauded the star for debunking Google’s fake news while others spoke of his cheap habits.
“My mate said stop playing with him.”
“Chad said F ** K Violenceâ¦ I choose SAVINGS.”
“He said put some respect on his name”
âHe’s smart and cheap with some things. Never go bankrupt. Confidence.”
“@ochocinco has been saying this for years that he’s not going to fall into radical spending stereotypes lol you see how he doesn’t let his kids do that.”
“Do you all know how cheap this man is?” Oh, he definitely has the money.
In addition to these remarks, an Instagram user explained how this interview proved that Internet users should not believe all the information provided by the Google search engine. This person wrote: âThis is why people have to stop believing what Google tells them. This site doesn’t know how bad these celebs really are lol.
While Johnson has reportedly shared how much money is in his checking account, it’s unclear what his total net worth is.