Snooki: Snooki’s Ex & Miscarriage Hopes
March 6, 2012 by staff
Snooki: Snooki’s Ex & Miscarriage Hopes, Snooki’s ex Emilio Masella recently said that he hopes that she has a miscarriage, but he doesn’t want her to go through something so heartbreaking and mentally and physically horrific because he wants her to suffer.
Instead Emilio hopes that she and Jionni LaValle don’t become parents soon because he doesn’t think that Nicole is ready to raise a baby. According to TMZ, here’s what Emilio said: “I hope for her sake … not to be rude or anything … but I hope she has a miscarriage.”
First of all, that was a very “rude” thing to say, and it’s not okay to wish something so horrible on Snooki. She might drink a lot on Jersey Shore, and she might not be the brightest orange crayon in the box, but she seems like a loving and caring person who would tone down her wild lifestyle to raise a child. Sometimes the prospect of becoming a mother can really change a person.
However, Emilio Masella doesn’t think that Nicole realizes how serious having a baby is, namely because she used to flippantly tell him that she wanted to have twins with him all the time. She might not realize how hard it is to take care of a baby (unless she watches Teen Mom), but at least bugging her ex about having babies shows that she does want to become a mother. Plenty of women have “accidents” that they love and provide for, so who’s to say Snooks can’t do the same? She certainly has enough cash to care for a baby, and at least she can hire a professional to help if she needs to.
But while Emilio Masella tried to pass off his miscarriage wish as something that would be good for his ex, he wasn’t so nice when it came to talking about the father of Snooki’s child-he thinks that Vinny could be the father, but that Nicole will probably marry Jionni LaValle for her new spin-off reality show and “pull a Kim Kardashian” by divorcing him later on.
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