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Italian Priest Calls Jersey Shore’s Snooki A Wh*re?



Filed under : Celebrity News

Jersey Shore star and long-serving member of the cast of the reality TV show Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi has said that she was called a wh*re by an Italian priest.

That slur on her name was apparently issued as she was filming Jersey Shore Season 4 in Italy. That is the Jersey Shore season that we can currently see on our screens every Thursday evening, on MTV.

In a new promo for the MTV series, the Jersey Shore season 4 star revealed that a priest was so upset by the apparently suggestive clothes that she wore while walking across sacred ground. Given some of Snooki’s outfits on Jersey Shore season 4 while out in Italy you can perhaps see his point, can’t you?

But the Snooki actually got down to what the priest actually said to her and maybe it all becomes even more understandable. You just for yourselves.

Snooki went on to admit that what the priest actually said was, “Cover up when you come to my church.”

It is Snooki take on the situation that “he basically just called me a wh*re.” But did he really?

Reality TV star Snooki maintains, though, that what she was wearing that day and what she usually wears would be perfectly appropriate for her own church.

“In my church they’d be like, ‘Oh, nice outfit!’ God likes my t*ts! God made my t*ts,” Snooki said in the MTV promo for Jersey Shore Season 4.

Are you cringing yet or what do you think to Snooki’s allegations about the priest. Would you go to church dressed like Jersey Shore’s Snooki?

Jersey Shore season 4 airs Thursday at 10pm on MTV.

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