, fans have grown to love the reality star's realness and candor over the years. I try to respect that."The MLB stud stays so far away from the press that some fans even wonder if the twosome is still an item."Because I'm so protective of my family, I think the misconception is that we're not together. ' But that's just me trying to do things differently than before."One huge difference viewers may soon discover is how the couple handles their future wedding.There is one thing, however, that loyal viewers may not know too much about. We don't post pictures together on Instagram," Lozada explained. I think that's one of the biggest misconceptions that people think. While Lozada's previous wedding to Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson was televised for a VH1 series, the proud mom won't even consider camera crews on her upcoming special day."I absolutely don't think so," she revealed to E! "We will do it and I probably won't let the world know when I do it."For now, Lozada is "awfully grateful" for her family that includes 14-month-old baby Leo.
Evelyn Alexandra Lozada (born December 10, 1975) is an American television personality, model and spokesperson.Lozada was one of the five main cast members in the VH1 reality series Basketball Wives throughout its run.Lozada is set to return to the cast of the sixth season of the series. She worked as a secretary to an entertainment attorney, and later became co-owner of Dulce, a shoe boutique located in Coral Gables, Florida. In season 6, episode 11 of Basketball Wives, Lozada vists her mother's house and shows her communion picture.a reality series that follows the wives, ex-wives, and girlfriends of professional basketball players.
Another reality television show, Ev and Ocho, which had been planned to follow the lives of her and former husband Chad Johnson, never aired., her grown daughter from another relationship.
Lozada and her brand strategist, Courtney Parker, wrote the 2012 novel The Wives Association: Inner Circle.