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RHONJ Divorce? Joe Gorga Blasts Wife Melissa For Leaving Him: 'I'm A Single Parent!'

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Teresa and Joe Giudice divorce rumors have been popping up all throughout their marriage, but could Melissa and Joe Gorga be the ones to call it quits? In a sneak peek of next week's The Real Housewives of New Jersey, Joe complains about his wife leaving him to work at her clothing boutique.

"I'm like Mr. Mom," Joe told his wife at her store, Envy. "I don't want you to work. I want you home. I didn't want a part time wife."

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Melissa fired back in her confessional, "That's so rude! There are people here I am the boss of. It's embarrassing."

She explained how once the boutique is "up and running," she'll return to her mom duties.

"It's like I'm a single parent," Joe complained. "Get them dressed, bathe them, clean their butts. I might as well start giving them the nipple! I'm producing milk as we speak! My boobs are growing!"

Melissa Gorga

On the RHONJ season premiere, Joe expressed his dismay of being a hired as a contractor for his wife.

"I want the old Melissa back," he said of when his wife was a stay at home mom. "You call me only when you want stuff. 'Joe fix the boutique. Joe do this, Joe do that.' What are you nuts? You're going to kill me here!"

Melissa explained in her confessional, "Joe has that old school mentality of the husband and the wife and the roles they play. It is going to be difficult for me to figure out how to be a modern woman and go into the work field, but keep those traditional values because they really don't go together."

The Real Housewives of New Jersey airs Sundays at 8/9c on Bravo.



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