OchoCinco Promoted and Uses Godaddy, But Camp Ocho Cinco Does Not

While watching the World Cup, I saw a Godaddy commercial featuring Chadocho Cinco, the Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver previously known as Chad Johnson. In the commercial, Chad mentions that his domain name is registered at Godaddy.

Truth be told, OchoCinco.com, the player’s official website is in fact registered with the world’s largest domain registrar, Godaddy. However, CampOchoCinco.com, a website promoted on the official website is actually registered at Dotster, a competing registrar.

I guess it would be similar to an athlete who is endorsed by Nike wearing Nike cleats on the field but Adidas sneakers in the weight room.

Elliot Silver
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8 COMMENTS

  1. Funny stuff! On Chad’s defense…

    OchoCinco.com is owned by KCB Marketing, likely the company hired by Chad.

    CampOchoCinco.com is owned by the Anthony Munoz Foundation who is a hall of fame member who played for Cincinnati.

  2. “child please…”

    huh?

    Elliot,

    “Child please” is an expression that is used often by
    Chad Ocho Cinco and has therefore received some infamy.

    Apparently the phrase existed before but Chad revived it.

    This was my favorite (edited) definition from the Urban Dictionary:

    “used when annoyed by another person; another way of telling someone to (eff) off”.

    Source:
    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=child%20please

    However I do not believe Dan Rubin meant it towards you in that
    way.

    He just likes the expression and used it since it’s connected with Chad.

    Dan also owns ChildPlease.com.

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