[BlindGossip] He is a professional football player who has played for a couple of NFL teams and has great moves both on and off the field.
He was at an away game at Giants/MetLife Stadium a couple of years ago. After the game, he emerged from the stadium to a group of fans waiting for autographs. The fans were wearing his team’s attire, and he got into a conversation with them about the game. After a few minutes, told them that he needed to go have dinner. He started to walk away, but suddenly turned to ask a question. “Do you want to have dinner with me?”
He wound up taking the entire group of approximately 30 people to a TGI Friday’s near the staudium. During the dinner, other football fans came up to him as well, and he cheerfully posed for photos and gave autographs to everyone who asked… including those wearing Jets or Giants attire.
At the end of the meal, he picked up the tab for his entire table… and left a whopping 50% tip! We don’t know what number he wears now, but to the fans, restaurant patrons, and waitstaff, he will always be #1.
It’s Chad Ochocinco! Source: BlindGossip.com
Yes, Chad Ochocinco took a bunch of total strangers to dinner at a TGI Fridays in New Jersey, paid for them, and left a huge tip. Chad Ochocinco may have changed his name back to Chad Johnson last year, but to waitstaff everywhere, he is known as Mr. Generous.
Chad Ochocinco played for the Cincinnati Bengals for nine or ten seasons, but was recently with the New England Patriots and the Miami Dophins.He was released from the Dolphins after an arrest in 2012. Johnson is a six-time NFL Pro Bowler and was named to three All-Pro teams. He was a contestant on Dancing with the Stars in 2010.
While he’s had some troubles in his personal life, there are many people who simply know Chad as a nice person who has always treated his fans and people in the service industry well.
Congratulations to GoodDaySir , who was the first to guess this one correctly! He also correctly picked up on the “great moves” clue:
Chad Johnson/Ochocinco … played for Bengals, Patriots and Dolphins, and had great moves on DWTS, though not in court.