Ocho, Chris Johnson trash talking on Twitter

The NFL season may be over for the Cincinnati Bengals and Tennessee Titans, but that doesn’t mean Chad Ochocinco and Chris Johnson will be stepping out of the spotlight.

An all-out Twitter war erupted earlier today between the two NFL stars. The reason? Ocho thinks he’s faster than Johnson and that he could beat him in a race.

But will it actually take place?

The trash talk started this morning when Ochocinco found out he will be going to the Pro Bowl as a member of the AFC team. New England Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker won’t be able to play due to a knee injury he suffered in Week 17 at Houston and first alternate Randy Moss will also miss the game due to injury, which paved the way for the Bengals loquacious wideout to earn his sixth trip to the NFL all-star game.

And he didn’t waste any time going after the NFL’s newest member of the 2,000-yard rushing club.

Ochocinco wants to race Johnson for game checks, with the loser’s Pro Bowl share going to those affected by the recent earthquake that struck Haiti.

This morning, Ochocinco tweeted to Johnson, “Bruh I’m going to the pro bowl with you, you want to race for game checks, loser gives the money to those n Haiti n need.”

To which Johnson responded, “come on son u must be trippin I don’t want to hurt your feelings and make you have a bad offseason”

The tweets go on and on. But why read them here when you can get in on the trash talk?

Follow Ocho at: @OGOchoCinco
Follow Johnson at: @ChrisJohnson28

You can check me out at: @JoeFortenbaugh

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