'Basketball Wives' Star Evelyn Lozada Reunites with Carl Crawford to Celebrate Son's 7th B-Day

Kareena Koirala
Mar 23, 2021
11:20 A.M.
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"Basketball Wives" star Evelyn Lozada and Carl Crawford came together for an intimate celebration of their son Carl Leo's 7th birthday. See the sweet pictures. 


"Basketball Wives" star Evelyn Lozada and her ex-fiancé, Carl Crawford, reunited to celebrate their son Carl Leo's 7th birthday over the weekend. 

The duo threw an epic Fortnite-themed party for the birthday boy. Taking to Instagram, Lozada shared plenty of pictures and videos from the party showing impressive decorations and exciting activities for the kids. 

Chad Ochocinco and Evelyn Lozada at the Maxim Party at Centennial Hall at Fair Park on February 5, 2011 in Dallas, Texas. | Source: Getty Images


The game-themed event was complete with palm trees, drop boxes of ammunition, fake canisters of toxic waste, lots of balloons, and a Fortnite-themed cake. Add cute little cupcakes to the list. 

The birthday boy broke a big pinata as his friends looked on. They all gathered up for a session of slime-making later. All in all, it was a fun day for Leo.


"I am the proudest mom in the world!! I am so blessed that I got you as my son," Lozada captioned the post. Meanwhile, Crawford shared a couple of pictures on his Instagram to wish Leo a happy birthday. 

Lozada also clarified the reason for their breakup was not domestic violence.


Leo was born on March 22, 2014. When Lozada was pregnant with him, she was super excited and eager to welcome a new baby into the family because she had been waiting for the moment for a long time. 

The reality star initially kept the identity of Leo's father a secret, but it did not take a long time for the fans to figure it out since she and Crawford got engaged over the holidays. 


Lozada and Crawford called off their engagement by August 2017 due to infidelity. Following the split, Lozada kept her relationships low-key, save for the time she revealed she was no longer single in February 2020. 

Lozada and Crawford seem to be on good terms following the split. The "Basketball Wives" star even defended her ex when he was arrested for domestic charges after allegedly abusing an ex. 

Lozada said she never planned to speak out on the issue, but she felt compelled to do so before the situation snowballed into something untrue. She claimed Crawford never lay hands on her. 

Lozada also clarified the reason for their breakup was not domestic violence. Crawford allegedly never called her names or tried to intimidate her.