Nicole Napolitano: My Mother Is Off Limits


Nicole Napolitano is taking to her Bravo Blog to address the “hideous conversation” her cast mates had with Victoria Gotti.

Nicole writes, “This blog is going to be short and sweet due to me not being happy at all with what took place. Well, this episode was the good, the bad, and the ugly! I always love seeing my pooches on the screen. As you might have noticed, I was feeding my dogs salmon and kale. I totally changed their diet ever since we almost lost Schatze to throat cancer over a year ago. Thank God she’s doing well, but it was the worst two months ever.

I loved seeing my whole family spend Valentine’s Day together. It was the first Valentine’s Day with Bobby, and I’m thrilled this year I’m spending it with the man I love. Yes, you will see in this episode my mom and I having a conversation in my kitchen about Bobby and then Teresa and I having another talk in her bedroom. As you can see, I have a very protective family who just wants to make sure I never get hurt again and live happily ever after.

When it comes to that hideous conversation that took place with Teresa Giudice, Amber, and that blonde (who really must cut those hair extensions, because she looks like Grandma Strega from a bad porn movie)… In Italian households you can talk about many people and things, but a mother? That’s one thing that’s off limits. All I have to say is Karma’s a bitch!”

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2 Replies to “Nicole Napolitano: My Mother Is Off Limits”

  1. Yup–in any cultural society, you don’t talk about anyone’s mom. The words, “Tu Madre” (your momma) has brought on more knock down drag fights on school grounds and parks. Anyone want to pick on Victoria’s Gotti’s dead mom? (She must be dead right–isn’t Victoria like 70 years old?)

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