Real Housewives of New Jersey fans are cringing after Teresa Giudice‘s daughter, Milania, released a hip-hop music video. In the clip titled, “I Can’t Wait To Grow Up” — which also features NJ native Fetty Wap — the 12-year-old raps about wanting to get older, while also seemingly hinting at her father’s prison sentence. Now, the mother-of-four, 46, is under fire for allowing the preteen to make such an “embarrassing” musical debut.
“And our parents told us / don’t be too quick to grow up / Dad said it ain’t easy but I don’t care, so what?” Milania raps. In the comments on YouTube, one hater held Teresa accountable for the song and wrote, “THIS IS EMBARRASSING NOW. AND WILL ONLY BE MORE EMBARRASSING IN 10 YEARS. I FEEL FOR HER.” Another chimed in, “She’s gonna regret this video so much in a little while…. Teresa made a big mistake letting her do this….,” while a third commenter just couldn’t think of anything nice to say: “Want to say something positive, but I can’t.”
In October, it was revealed that former RHONJ star Joe Giudice would be deported back to Italy. After learning of his demise, the 46-year-old pleaded with the judge without success. “Based upon the law, I find you deportable and ineligible for any kind of relief,” Judge John Ellington announced at the hearing, according to Radar Online. “Mr. Giudice, no matter how this turns out, I wish you the best. I decided this case as a matter of law.”
“I have to go back and tell my kids this,” Joe reportedly told him. “They’ve been waiting to hear from me.”
In July 2013, both Joe and Teresa were indicted on 39 counts of fraud and tax charges, later facing an additional two counts that November. (The couple had already dealt with financial woes for years and filed for bankruptcy in 2009.) Teresa completed 11 months of a 15-month sentence and was released from prison on Dec. 23, 2015.
But it seems like Teresa is in denial about her husband’s departure. “The closer it gets to Joe getting out, all I think about is, ‘Soon he’ll be home,'” Teresa revealed on Wednesday’s episode. “I don’t even talk about deportation. That’s all negative thoughts. To me, Joe’s coming home and that’s it.”
Joe is currently serving out a 41-month prison sentence that began in March 2016. He is set to be released this year.
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