Teresa Giudice is letting the people speak for her.
On the heels of the second chapter in the show’s explosive 3-part reunion episode Sunday, the most controversial of the housewives has posted a new Bravo blog in which she turns “it over to the viewers,” for better or for worse.
One user named @jeleanne3 wrote “you know what…its effing HARD being teamed up on by 4 women. I give you credit Teresa you are strong,” while another user, @DebbieCaplanPR, wrote that “After watching these Women conspire against Teresa 2yrs, I’d be out of my mind as well. Shame on them.”
User @collins328 Caroline, wrote “let me answer for Teresa: You have bullied, backstabbed, and betrayed T all season n u turned Jac against her,” while @RealityTVBliss asked, “Why is Caroline giving family advice to Teresa about 15 min of fame & family while she is on the outs with her family?”
Teresa says she got a helping hand from comic Jay Mohr – although the tweets were not on his page early Wednesday – in claiming he exposed her sister-in-law’s behind-the-scenes machinations in writing, “For the record @melissagorga tonight told me to blog negative things about @Teresa_Giudice books and businesses. #fact #sad.”
Others got even nastier in their responses, presumably to Teresa’s delight.
User @jenbradleylopez wrote: “Melissa doesnt want her kids to go to school with Teresa’s?Ur the shoplifting,lesbian,ex stripper with a warrant,wat r u worried about?” while @realilanaangel wrote, “Strippers are people too! So are wh***s! Bless them all.”
The only housewife who virtually escaped Teresa’s recycled wrath was Jacqueline Laurita, as Teresa wrote, “I just can’t put anything here. She has enough of a Twitter problem, and enough problems as it is. God Bless.”
Part three of The Real Housewives of New Jersey‘s reunion airs Sunday on Bravo at 10/9c.
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