What would Mob Wives be without Big Ang? That's what fans are wondering after former show creator Jennifer Graziano confirmed that she is working on a reboot of the hit VH1 reality TV series nearly two years after it went off the air. While former star Drita D'Avanzo already confirmed that she would not be returning to the show, her former cast member Carla Facciolo seemed to be on board, which prompted a bit of a feud on social media — and Ang's sister Janine Detore stepped in to slam Carla for dragging the late reality TV star's name into the drama.

Earlier this week, Carla tweeted an interview that Jen did with local paper SI Live in which she said that Big Ang (real name: Angela Raiola) told her that she wanted the show go to on without her before she passed away on February 18, 2016, after a long battle with cancer. A fan pointed out that Drita was always very close with Ang so it made sense that she didn't want to do the show without her, and Carla responded by throwing shade and suggesting that Drita and Ang weren't as close as they seemed.

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But on Tuesday, Dec. 19, Janine logged onto Twitter and saw Carla's tweet — and she had every right to be upset at Carla for gossiping about Ang. "Why don't you all stop [and] act like humans," Janine interjected. "My sister is gone. Have your show but leave MY sister out of it."

Another fan called Carla out and said that it was disrespectful to bring up the old drama of who was friends with who on the show and she immediately backtracked on her comments. "I agree but if u [sic] all recall someone put out negative talk on us girls!!!" Carla wrote. "Janine knows how much I love Ang [and] I would never saying [sic] anything bad!!!"

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