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Chad Johnson, Homeless Man 'Pork Chop' Spend 48 Hours Partying, Bonding

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Tuesday, 30 Apr 2013 09:03 AM

By Alexandra Ward

Like something out the movie "Pretty Woman," NFL wide receiver Chad Johnson hung out with a homeless man for 48 hours straight over the weekend, drinking beers, going shopping, and hitting the clubs with his new friend he dubbed "Pork Chop."

Formerly known as Ochocinco, Johnson was released from the Miami Dolphins last year after reportedly physically assaulting his ex-wife last August.

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Now a free agent, Johnson is seemingly trying to repair his image. His escapades over the weekend with Pork Chop were meticulously documented on Twitter.

"Homeless dude asked for a beer, I bought him a case of a 24 n a pack of Newports, we balling together f— it."

"Might as well go job hunting with "PorkChop" as well s—, we're both unemployed s—.. y'all be safe tonight we about to turn up #Goodnight."

As for Pork Chop's future, Johnson promised to continue helping him.

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