The feeling is mutual! Drita D’Avanzo‘s dog, Lucky, is clearly not a fan of her nemesis Farrah Abraham, and you can tell by his barks. On Aug. 7, the former Mob Wives star shared a hilarious clip of her toy poodle reacting to the news of Farrah challenging Drita to a boxing match…and he was not happy. Watch the video above to see his response!
Fans were getting a major kick out of Drita’s translation of Lucky’s howls. “Lol, is that puppy talking smack?! Hand over the treat and no one gets hurt,” one wrote. “Drita please fight this chick, make my month,” another chimed in. The reality star gave her followers some hope by captioning her clip with the hashtag, “training camp starts now.” Farrah and Drita have been feuding on social media ever since their joint appearance together in Atlantic City went awry.
— Natalie Meyers (@Natalie_0989) August 6, 2018
The animosity between the reality stars reached new heights on July 28, when Farrah challenged her rival to a celebrity boxing match in a wild video. “Who would I want to beat [their] butt? There’s so many,” Farrah said. “Maybe like some of the Teen Moms who talk trash about me and bully me, maybe it’s even some of producers who bullied me off the show that I created with them. Maybe there’s, like, Drita, since she wanted a piece of this.” And the Staten Island native’s response was just as full-force as fans expected!
Drita shared several laughing emojis and she called out Farrah for threatening to get a lawyer involved. “I don’t want you wearing headgear! I don’t want a referee stopping anything! I’d rather be on the streets. I told you, I’d pay you to come meet me…since you are so desperate to use my name to make a dollar,” Drita continued, before making another suggestion.
“I love boxing but when it comes to you, I’d rather fight in a cage #UFC style…. I’m tired of people talking s–t…then calling lawyers and cops once s–t gets real,” Drita wrote. “Wanna do it legit…no problem…Give me the date and time! I’m ready.” We bet those tickets would sell out in minutes!
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