It's no surprise that Chad Ochocinco, the man who tweets his every move while on the run, made a public comment via Twitter about allegations swirling that he is cheating forcing fiancé Evelyn Lozada to pause the wedding.
In response to a fan who asked whether or not Basketball Wives star Lozada postponed the wedding to the NFL player, Ochocinco said the couple was buffering.
We don't pause around these parts it's called 'Buffering,' he tweeted on Thursday.
According to a report from TMZ on Wednesday, Lozada reportedly confronted Ochocinco after hearing he was unfaithful and cheating on her with another woman, leading her to halt the wedding.
In addition to the postponing of the wedding, TMZ also reported their reality show to air on VH1 this month about the road to the altar has been postponed.
Almost immediately after, fans took to Twitter to ask the couple if they had split, prompting Ochocinco to confirm that the couple is still together.
Broke a lamp or headboard? Not a chance in hell kind madam, Ochocinco retweeted to a fan on Thursday. Later that day, Ochocinco posted photos of Lozada and himself snuggling up together, refuting any rumors.
Lozada and Ochocinco met on Twitter, after the two got into a disagreement on the social networking Web site.
We went from arguing to dating to being engaged, Lozada told Fox News shortly after they became engaged. The couple was dating for four months when Ochocinco presented her with a 10-karat diamond ring.
Just last August, Ochocinco made headlines not for events playing for the New England Patriots but for spending a few weeks living with an NFL fan rather than his own mansion.
I'm going to do something different, I'm actually going to stay with a fan for the first two, three weeks of the season, he told ESPN in August. That should be fun, until I get myself acclimated and learn my way around.
Afterward, Chad Ochocinco said he enjoyed his time spent with the fan.