Snooki Denies Her Husband Was On Ashley Madison, Then Criticizes Anna Duggar
Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi is currently sailing on a river called Denial. Her husband Jionni LaValle was revealed to have had an Ashley Madison account when Us Weekly discovered his email address in the recent leak of the cheating website's data. However, yesterday Snooki took to her website to respond to the reports, claiming it was all made up by the press and that if her husband ever cheated on her, he wouldn't do it by paying for “a lame ass website.”
She started by telling us what a great guy Jionni is, complete with typos:
“Jionni is the the most humble, respectful, and most loyal souls I know. I mean hello, that’s why I married him. He’s a stand up guy who loves his family more than anything in this world.”
Then after saying the story was made up by the tabloids, she explained how she knows exactly how her husband would cheat on her… if he did… but he didn't and it was all made up, remember?
“So no, my husband didn’t sign up on that website to cheat on me. Honestly, if he wanted to cheat- he would go out and do it. Not sign up on a website and pay for it.”
If you're using phrases like “if he wanted to cheat” and then describing how you think he would do it, that's not a good sign, and it doesn't really mesh with your earlier arguments about him being oh so loyal.
Snooki's response then went from cringe-worthy to downright hypocritical when she told fans to listen to her podcast from yesterday “for all of my thoughts.” Those thoughts turned out to have nothing to do with her own situation. Instead, she spoke about Josh Duggar, and half of her comments involved criticizing Anna Duggar:
“Yeah, that’s not shocking. He actually made a comment, and he called himself a hypocrite, and he said, ‘I’m ashamed of myself.’…And his wife is still standing by him! It’s like, ‘What the fuck is wrong with you? Like, what are you doing?’ Yep, screw it.”
Snooki, what are you doing? Oh right, the exact same thing. Funny how you mentioned hypocrisy, isn't it?
It's one thing for Snooki to defend her husband — it's not her wrongdoing that was discovered, and however misguided I may think she is, how she reacts is up to her. But she doesn't then get to criticize another woman's comparable reaction to her own piece of the same scandal.
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