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‘RHONJ’: Fans Drag Teresa Giudice Over Danielle Staub Pulling Margaret Josephs’ Hair

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RHONJ fans know that Teresa Giudice and Danielle Staub were former frenemies. However, this season showed them getting along okay. But, it ended badly, and the same old situation emerged. It came after Danielle pretty much threw Teresa under the bus when it came to the hair-pulling incident. Now, fans drag Teresa on social media for encouraging the hair-pulling incident.

RHONJ – Melissa reveals Teresa encouraged the hair pulling

TV Shows Ace reported that “earlier” in the current season of Real Housewives of New Jersey, “Danielle and co-star Margaret Josephs got in a physical altercation when Danielle tugged Marge’s ponytail.” Nobody believed Danielle when she said that in fact, it was Teresa who encouraged her. Anyway, when Bravo aired footage, fan saw Melissa Gorga get involved. She went off to talk to Danielle, saying that she’s a “violent” person so nobody wants her around.

However, Danielle talked to Melissa, claiming Teresa basically told her to do it.  And yes, it certainly seemed that way with her saying between giggles, “do it, do it, do it.” So, Melissa then outed Teresa and everyone looked suitably shocked. MEAWW noted that Teresa seemed amazed that Danielle betrayed her part in the incident. Meanwhile, Margaret can’t believe it.

Teresa blames the booze for encouraging Danielle, fans not impressed

Teresa didn’t actually say she never encouraged Danielle, but she blamed drinking for her behavior. Fans don’t like it much when people blame the booze. Often, fans think people who do that just excuse their behavior. Plus, it turned out that Teresa had some beef with Margaret for being nasty to Danielle. Then the exciting bit came when Teresa flung her drink at Dolores Catania and walked off in a fury over Bravo actually filming it.

Unimpressed RHONJ fans took to Twitter to say how they felt about Teresa drinking and her choice of friends. One critic wrote, “This just in: On #RHONJ, Teresa, just shy of troglodyte status, storms out of a party after being caught encouraging violence. Unable to get her hands on a table, she throws a Red Solo cup and karate chops her way out of a party to avoid doing the right thing and apologizing.” 

More fans drag on Teresa Giudice

Other people who watch the show also dragged on Teresa. One of them noted, “#RHONJ seriously Teresa is so mean and trifling. She had so many chances to tell Margaret the truth herself before all the drama. Way to go #BravoTV for exposing the TRUTH.”

Then someone wrote, “Come on it shouldn’t surprise any of us Teresa is capable of this. She’s only upset she got called out and there’s proof of her actions.”

But other people wondered about the company Teresa keeps. One RHONJ fan even went so far as to suggest Danielle ratted out Joe and Teresa. They noted, “You know how some people said that Caroline ratted out Joe & Teresa to the feds? It always seemed off brand for her. But you know who it does seem on brand for? Danielle. Has anybody considered that she’s the one that ratted on them? To get screen time/back on the show?”

What do you think about Teresa blaming the booze for encouraging Danielle to pull Margaret’s hair? Do you think it’s all Teresa’s fault? Or, should Danielle also own up to the fact that she’s an adult? After all, she’s the one who actually planned the hair pulling. Sound off your thoughts in the comments below.

Remember to check back with TV Shows Ace often for more news about the cast of Bravo’s RHONJ. Remember that part one of Real Housewives of New Jersey Season 10 reunion airs on March 4 at 8 pm.

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