Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Mob Wives: Carla's Slurs Strike Again
I have taken a lot of heat from people this week because my blogs have been ragging on Carla and pointing out all her issues and shortcomings. The comments in favor of Carla have accused me of everything from being a narcissist, to a hater, to being jealous and wanting to be like Carla. Nothing could be further from the truth. But, everyone is entitled to their opinion and I am sticking with mine. To those who say this has turned into the Carla blog, I say that Carla is the one making herself look bad in the public eye. Carla Facciolo is the one who decided to become part of Mob Wives. She signed on the dotted line. I am just the messenger. If you don't like what I write about Carla, take it up with her and encourage her to change her behavior. I just blog it. Now for all of you who don't follow her on Twitter, you may have missed alleged tweets she made last night. When is it acceptable to use the F-bomb?
This morning, as I turned on the computer, I was wondering what I would write about today, if anything. I was only on a few seconds when I saw the comments about a tweet Carla Facciolo supposedly made, all over my timeline, with people's comments. I came across a print screen of it that was made before she is said to have taken it down in haste. I never saw the original. I didn't see any comments praising Carla or making excuses for her. I just saw comments that were disgusted with the derogatory, hateful use of a slur towards Mike Granata. I don't know Mike, but I read some of his tweets concerning the incident and it's clear to me he was hurt. He said he blocked Carla and asked everyone not to tweet him and her together in the same tweet. He no longer wants to see her name. Here are just a few of the comments that were expressed by different people during the night
As you can see, Mike got a lot of support from twitter friends and Carla got none that I saw. I don't know what brought on this "captured" personal attack from Carla, but nothing anyone says on Twitter should make anyone stoop this low. But then again, Carla has had a habit of stooping low. Even Joe, who probably just saw the comment this morning like I did, believed she wrote it and felt the need to apologized to Mike on behalf of Carla. The question is, will Carla publicly apologize for herself? Will VH1 apologize for her? I get the impression hell would have to freeze over before she ever apologizes.
And now mob wife, Love Majewski weighs in with:
I have gay family and friends who I care very much about. They have had a hard time growing up and living in a world of intolerance. So I too am appalled when anyone uses a derogatory slur, which not only hurt Mike, but many gay & heterosexual people. Yesterday, I didn't think my opinion of Carla could get any lower, but I was wrong. It has. Now let's let the hater's hate on me for this blog.
ADDENDUM: I have been looking to see, in fairness to Carla, whether she ever denied tweeting that comment. A couple of her followers asked about her alleged tweet of the slur, this is how Carla responded:
Mob Mistress' Take: For those claiming her Twitter account was hacked, I have a beautiful bridge I'd like to sell you called The Golden Gate. Carla Facciolo of Mob Wives has a history of using the F-bomb. I noticed her method of operation was to use the homophobic slur f__ or f__ wannabe then delete her tweet a little while later. So back in July 2012, I just happen to catch yet another F-bomb on her timeline. I decided to archive it in case she caught a case of denial. Believe what you want to believe. She's used the derogatory term plenty enough. I would like her to expand her vocabulary beyond the F-bomb & clown. *blows nose*
Picture Credit: Twitter