- Johnson’s love for fast food has been public knowledge for well over a decade
- The Chiefs play the 49ers in Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas on Sunday evening
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Longtime NFL wide receiver Chad Johnson said this week he’d divorce his wife, not have sex for the rest of 2024 and and give up his beloved McDonald’s for a whole year if the Kansas City Chiefs lose Super Bowl LVIII to the San Francisco 49ers.
Johnson’s confidence in the Chiefs to win their third Super Bowl in the last five seasons was shown as part of a live recording of ‘Nightcap’ from Las Vegas, with fellow host Shannon Sharpe on stage.
Johnson has been engaged to ‘Selling Tampa’ star Sharelle Rosado for over a year, although the couple officially tying the knot had not previously been acknowledged.
Whether or not Johnson ran abstinence or a spilt by Rosado before talking about it publicly is unclear.
Johnson has also talked several times about eating McDonald’s during his playing days, and he’s continued his obsession with the fast-food restaurant during retirement.
Johnson and Rosado have been engaged for well over a year and started dating in 2020
Johnson made the audacious bet this week on the Chiefs despite the team not being favored
‘Check this out Ocho, you said you were so confident that the Chiefs are going to win this game, you said if they don’t win, you’ll give up eating McDonald’s for one year, you’ll divorce Sharelle, and give up one year?’ Sharpe asked Johnson.
‘I got a hand!’ Johnson replied.
Sharpe predicted the hardest of the three for Johnson to give up in the event of a 49ers victory would be the Big Macs and Filet-O-Fishes of McDonald’s.
‘For one, the Chiefs not losing,’ Johnson added. ‘Let’s start there. I’ve seen the script!’
Johnson is best known for his time with the Bengals from 2001-10 and is a six-time Pro Bowler
Rosado was backstage at the recording watching her husband and Sharpe go back and forth about whether she would need to look for a new man in over 24 hours.
Johnson said he made Rosado wait two years before they had sex.
‘You ever waited two years before you had McDonalds?’ Sharpe asked Johnson. The former Cincinnati Bengal responded saying the longest he’s gone without having McDonald’s is six months when he tried to convert to Islam.
With his love for his wife and fast food, Johnson is extremely confident to risk those things over one football game.
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