Terrell Owens Visited Chad Johnson In Jail

Mar. 2, 2012; Phoenix, AZ, USA; Football player Terrell Owens in attendance of the game between the Phoenix Suns against the Los Angeles Clippers at the US Airways Center. The Suns defeated the Clippers 81-78. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

By now you’re fully aware of the ass slap heard ’round the world, no?

If not – have a refresher course thanks to our own Josh Sanchez.

Alright – all caught up? Great. So now you’re aware that Chad Johnson or Ochocinco, depending on your preference, is locked up in county jail for “thirty” (read: just a couple due to overcrowding, most likely) days. And what does a former talented NFL wide receiver do while locked up? Meet with another former talented wide receiver, of course.

Taking to his twitter, Terrell Owens revealed in a series of tweets that he visited the former Cincinnati Bengal in jail yesterday afternoon:

Just visited the homie @ochocinco. He’s in good spirits, he needs a haircut already tho. Lol. He sends his best regards to everyone.

That was the 1st time ever visiting someone in jail & hopefully the last. That’s not a place anyone wants to be regardless of how many days.

I really didn’t know what to expect but to see the homie locked up is a very humbling experience, to talk to him via vid conference let me know that’s not where anyone wants to be. I know he’s only in the county jail but to someone that has never been locked up…Jail is Jail!

You ever run into a scenario where it’s too perfect for a joke? Yeah – I’m pretty sure this is it.

Topics: Chad Johnson, NFL, Terrell Owens

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