Evelyn Lozada went on a Twitter rant against television personality Wendy Williams after she called Carl Crawford and her son a cash register. On her talk show on Wednesday, Williams discussed Lozada and congratulated her on the birth to her son, Carl Leo, over the weekend.

Evelyn Lozada Evelyn Lozada celebrates her baby shower. Photo: Instagram

I want to congratulate Evelyn Lozada. Evelyn gave birth to a cash register, I mean, a baby boy, with her fiancé, the $142 million Carl Crawford,” Williams told the audience. “I didn’t mean to make that cash register joke, but you see why it’s easy to be said. Evelyn girl, congratulations.

"And Carl, Carl like a lot of sports players and a lot of artists, he’s not a bad-looking man, but he certainly wasn’t getting the likes of an Evelyn Lozada if he wasn’t playing baseball. … Evelyn you get yourself a little apron and a little Epsom salt to make sure your man’s joint are all taken care of, and take care of your cash register.”

Lozada clearly was not amused by William’s comments, and went on Twitter to express her outrage.

“You know @WendyWilliams, I never bother anyone. I even bought you a beautiful bouquet of flowers congratulation your broadway debut,” she tweeted, before accusing Williams’ husband of cheating.

“Since u want me 2 open Dulce [her shoe store] n LA. Maybe ur man can come 2 that store & purchase shoes 4 another woman like he did @ my Miami store. Bloop!”

Rumors that Crawford, 32, and Lozada, 38, were dating began when she was spotted early last year at one of his games. The couple became engaged over the Christmas holidays in a clear sign that the reality-TV star has moved on from former professional football player Chad Johnson, to whom she was briefly married in 2012. 

In December, Lozada confirmed that she was expecting a child with the Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder. "It was very quick and Evelyn is happy because she was super-nervous,” her rep told People. “Baby boy is so handsome and she can’t wait to reveal him to the world.” Her son arrived on Saturday morning, at 3:55 a.m., weighing eight pounds.