It seems that viewers won’t be seeing Natalie Guercio on Season 6 of Mob Wives after all. On Friday, show veteran Karen Gravano tweeted that the “OGs,” original gangsters, as well as “#newerblood with real ties and real history,” will be seen on the upcoming season.
“When things go left make it right OGs on deck we started this s**t
#newerblood with real ties and real history #MobWivesSeason6.”
Karen’s tweet seems to be an obvious reference to Natalie. Natalie, along with Alicia DiMichele, joined the show on Season 4 as the “new blood” from Philadelphia. While Alicia left after just one season, Natalie stayed on for the fifth season. Karen, who wasn’t on Season 4 but returned for Season 5, clashed with Natalie all season long and on the reunion show. Karen has repeatedly questioned whether Natalie even has real ties to the mob.
That someone seems to be Natalie. On Thursday, Natalie hinted that she’s no longer on the show. She tweeted that her storyline was too big and that the others didn’t like her outshining them.
For the past few days, Natalie Guercio has been retweeting tweets from fans that proclaim they won’t be watching the new season now that Natalie isn’t on it, that the show will tank without her, and that she should get her own show. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Natalie tweeted in July that she was asked back to the show.
Karen Gravano, meanwhile, has retweeted a tweet that states all of the women from Season 1, along with Angela “Big Ang” Raiola, are filming. The original Mob Wives cast consisted of Karen, Drita D’Avanzo, Renee Graziano, and Carla Facciolo. Big Ang joined the show in Season 2.
In an interview with Radar Online in March, Natalie Guercio lashed out at some of her co-stars for ganging up on her. Referencing how the other women kept calling her a rat for calling the cops on a boyfriend who abused her, Natalie admitted she wasn’t sure about returning to Mob Wives.
“Do I want to be on a show that condones domestic violence or be around people who condone domestic violence and talk bad about our law enforcement? I have to really consider that. I also have to consider if I’m going to keep being the target to these women. I am not having a repeat of what I had the past two seasons. I am 32 years old. I am so much younger than all these women, yet they act younger than me. I’ve never in my life witnessed this type of behavior with anyone.”
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