Teresa Giudice has determined to kick Sofia Vergara when she’s down.
As beforehand reported, Vergara break up from husband Joe Manganiello this month after seven years of marriage, stating on the time:
“As two those that love and take care of each other very a lot, we politely ask for respect for our privateness right now as we navigate this new part of our lives.”
Regardless of this request for privateness, nonetheless?
Giudice has gone public with a grievance in opposition to the Trendy Household solid member.
In the course of the newest episode of her Namaste B$tches podcast, the Actual Housewives of New Jersey slammed Vergara as “the rudest girl I’ve ever met.”
And one has to determine… Giudice has met, like, dozens and dozens of ladies over the course of her life.
Talking with co-host Melissa Pfeister, Giudice hearkened again to an incident from 2017, the place Vergara allegedly appeared hesitant to snap an image with the truth star backstage at a chat present.
“Sofia Vergara’s PR particular person and my PR particular person spoke collectively, and I assume the 2 of them mentioned, ‘Let’s get an image of Teresa and Sofia collectively,’” Giudice recalled, at one level mocking Vergara’s Colombian accent and including:
“I noticed her entire demeanor, after which I heard her say to her PR particular person, ‘Why are you making me take an image with that woman?’”
Teresa was very offended by this comment.
She appeared to then suggest that Vergara must be kinder just because she’s an immigrant.
“I used to be like, ‘Excuse me? I didn’t wish to take an image with you! I by no means requested to take an image with you,’” Giudice went on.
“I used to be like, ‘How impolite. You’re so not a humble particular person. You forgot the place you got here from.’”
The Bravo persona even referenced Vergara’s native metropolis of Barranquilla, Colombia for some purpose.
“It’s not like she began out like being on the highest. She forgot the place she got here from. She’s so not a down-to-earth particular person,” Giudice mentioned.
“I’m so not a fan of her.”
By Teresa’s logic right here, it’s extra acceptable for one to have dangerous manners if one did begin out on prime; if one, we don’t know, was born into cash after which lied to the federal government about how a lot cash one had after which went to jail for this legal offense.
That’s actually an fascinating perspective, huh?
Maybe as an alternative of judging others based mostly on one interplay, Giudice ought to spend extra time wanting much less extremely pretend.
We’re simply sayin.
It’s only a suggestion.