It was about a month ago that O.G. exclaimed to her foe Evelyn Lozada that her booty is “genetic” as opposed to “Basketball Wives” co-star’s. And a photo the ex-athlete recently shared to Instagram is putting it firmly on display for her fans to see.
On the photo and video-sharing website Wednesday, O.G. posted a pic of herself on the field and in uniform back in her days as a cornerback for the Los Angeles Temptation of the Legends Football League, once known as the Lingerie Football League.
“•⚔️⚫️..Legends never die..⚫️⚔️•..No guts….No glory….No legend..⠀..No story….Unstoppable..This picture was taken in 2009 and is still one of my favorites..Thank you for capturing my remarkable journey! #iheartog #nigerianknockout #genetics #legend #imyourfavoriteathletesfavoriteathlete #blessed,” read the caption.
One of the included hashtags referred to O.G. exclaiming to Lozada, “this s–t is genetic, b—h! Genetic!” as she wiggled her butt around in slow twerking motion. Another referenced O.G. claiming Lozada’s ex-husband Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson “was in my DMs happy, boo! I’m your favorite athlete’s favorite athlete!”
In no time, fans of the since-retired athlete reacted with excitement over seeing the star scantily clad in her uniform.
“What in the fufu…😂😂 girl u been eating that pounded yam.”
“YOUR FAVORITE ATHLETES FAVORITE ATHLETE”
“Body goals! Sheesh”
“🤩 Well damn @iheartog ! You didn’t have to do us like that! Im about to go squat and drink jiffy cornbread mix with my lil booty.”
“@iheartog I’m trying to get snatched and bodied like u I know it’s the Genetics tho lol 😂 I need u to come up with my workout plan Summer 2020 is like next week and I’m not trying to be in the lab and buy it like others lol lol 😂”
O.G. didn’t give any workout tips with her followers, but she has shared tips on how she tries to release negativity ahead of filming for “Basketball Wives.”
“It’s definitely not easy being a public figure having your whole life under a microscope for the world to kind of just scrutinize and pick apart,” she explained to Evertalk TV in September. “I like to do what’s called woosah where I take a deep breath before I got into scene, I hang up whatever problems I have in my outside life and just deal with the task at hand, which is interacting with my ensemble cast.”
She added that onscreen she tries to “be myself to the best of my ability and it’s kind of like, if they love you they love you, and if they don’t they don’t.”