The Situation called out the clothing line over what he calls their phoney deal not to wear Abercrombie & Fitch because they don’t like his on-screen person in “Jersey Shore Season 4.” He says he has not been approached with such a deal but he’d be interested. After all, he would essentially be getting paid to do nothing.
“Call me,” said Mike Sorrentino.
The Situation was out driving his Ferrari around Jersey Shore yesterday and he told a photographer that no-one from Abercrombie & Fitch had been in touch with him to offer him a deal.
“That’s pretty crazy, you’re gonna pay someone NOT to wear something? Call me up man!”
But would The Situation still support the clothing company in future? Mike’s answer was that “their sweatpants are cool with me … but I don’t think people are supporting THEM any more … I heard their stock dropped pretty badly.”
The day after Abercrombie & Fitch said they offered the “Jersey Shore” stars money not to wear their clothes, their stocks fell by 9%. Now, the stocks had already gone on a downward trend before that, so the “Jersey Shore” diss is not totally responsible but it’s quite a coincidence, isn’t it?
Now it seems that the clothing company’s offer was even more of a publicity stunt than it at first appeared. No offer of money was ever made to a “Jersey Shore” cast member from Abercrombie & Fitch!