Chad Johnson crashes frat house to play FIFA

Even though former Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Johnson has been retired for a few years, he still knows how to get his name in the headlines. In fact, he is in the news for a pretty cool reason when he showed up at a Florida frat house to play them in FIFA and then proceeded to beat everyone in the house.

The man formerly known as “Ochocinco” took to Twitter to let everyone know that he wanted to play FIFA with some Florida students to kill some time while in Gainesville. The Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity responded to Johnson and decided to take him up on his offer.

4 hours before I reach Gainesville, I will beat everybody in FIFA16 & won't hesitate to take over frat houses or dorm rooms‼️#FIFA16KING

— Chad Johnson (@ochocinco) April 23, 2016

@ochocinco TEP house, 555 fraternity drive. Let's play Fifa

— Adam Davis (@bigdavis96) April 23, 2016

Johnson took them up on their offer and showed up to the house. He posted a video to Instagram saying he was ready to “whoop some ass in FIFA.” He did exactly that.

Look who crashed @tepuf at the University of Florida to play some FIFA…

A video posted by BroBible.com (@brobible) on Apr 25, 2016 at 7:56am PDT

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‘Atta boy, Ochocinco…

A video posted by BroBible.com (@brobible) on Apr 25, 2016 at 7:57am PDT

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I'm on game number 9 and I've beaten the entire frat house —-> @tauepsilonphiuf

— Chad Johnson (@ochocinco) April 23, 2016

Johnson actually ended up beating the entire house in about three hours.

I beat an entire fraternity house of FIFA players in 3 hours‼️ https://t.co/PWZGI0h7y8

— Chad Johnson (@ochocinco) April 25, 2016

I guess you can take the athlete out of the game, but you can never take the game out of the athlete. Chad Johnson is always up for a challenge it seems.

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