Chad Johnson and a Homeless Man Named "Porkchop" Went Clubbing in South Beach This Weekend
In case you've been wondering, Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson is still as bizarre as ever and chronicling it all on Twitter. In his latest escapade, Johnson befriended a homeless man named "Porkchop" this weekend, gave him a makeover, and then took him out clubbing in South Beach.
The adventure began when Porkchop asked Johnson to buy him a beer. Johnson responded by buying him an entire case plus a pack of Newports.
Homeless dude asked for a beer, I bought him a case of a 24 n a pack of Newports, we balling together fuck it... twitter.com/ochocinco/stat...-- Chad Johnson (@ochocinco) April 27, 2013
Johnson then gifted Porkchop a G-shock watch and took him for a makeover at Urban Outfitters off Collins.
After... PePe and PorkChop twitter.com/ochocinco/stat...-- Chad Johnson (@ochocinco) April 28, 2013
The two then went clubbing at either Dream or Cameo, but the details from Johnson's Twitter feed are a bit sketchy. However, by the end of the night, Johnson had actual business on his mind.
Might as well go job hunting with "PorkChop" as well shit, we're both unemployed shit.. y'all be safe tonight we about to turn up #Goodnight-- Chad Johnson (@ochocinco) April 28, 2013
The party didn't stop there. The next day, Ocho and Porkchop hit up the Clevelander and Mangos on Ocean Drive.
Day 2 with PorkChop at "The Clevelander" he's killing everybody with new Jordan's plus he talking to some chick twitter.com/ochocinco/stat...-- Chad Johnson (@ochocinco) April 28, 2013
PorkChop hitting the Josephine Johnnie to Salsa Music, he's from New Orleans so that's the only move he knows.. twitter.com/ochocinco/stat...-- Chad Johnson (@ochocinco) April 29, 2013
Johnson also mentioned wanting to take Porkchop to strip clubs Tootsie's and King of Diamonds, but it's not clear if they actually made it.
Johnson claims this isn't a stunt -- he wants to help Porkchop in the long run.
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