Carla Facciolo Doesn’t Think Drita D’Avanzo’s Apology Was Sincere

Despite the fact that Drita D’Avanzo apologized to Carla Facciolo and the two women agreed to move forward rather than hold on to grudges, it seems that the two women still aren’t friends. On Wednesday night, as the latest Mob Wives episode aired, Carla continued to criticize Drita on Twitter. Carla even agreed with a viewer who said that Drita’s apology wasn’t sincere.

On the latest episode, Drita, Carla, Renee Graziano, Karen Gravano, and Angela “Big Ang” Raiola met in a warehouse to hash out their issues and grievances with one another. Carla confronted Drita about Love Majewski’s claim that Drita told her, several seasons ago, that she wasn’t going to stop her if she wanted to physically attack Carla, something that actually happened at Drita’s birthday party. Carla also confronted Drita about telling Big Ang something that she had told her in confidence, that she was being physically abused by an ex.

Surprisingly, Drita apologized. She apologized for what she told Love and she apologized for telling Big Ang Carla’s secret. Drita explained that she told Big Ang the secret only because she was worried for Carla.

As the scene aired, Carla tweeted that Drita’s “twisted face” provided proof of her guilt.

Carla tweeted that it’s “pretty f**ked up” if Drita thinks that it was okay for her to tell Love it was okay to fight.

“Dam if u think telling Love that was ok well that’s pretty F**ked up!! #MobWives.”

In response to a viewer who tweeted that it was “f**ked up” for Drita, who was supposedly Carla’s “homegirl” at the time, to tell Love that it was okay for her to fight with Carla, Carla agreed and reiterated that Drita admitted saying that to Love.

Carla re-tweeted a viewer’s tweet that said that Drita should have told Love to not hit Carla at all.

A viewer tweeted that Drita’s apology was not sincere but Carla, being a classy lady, chose to move on. Carla agreed.

Yep,” she replied.

As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Carla has recently claimed that Drita, besides telling Love that it was okay to attack her, talked badly about her to others behind her back.

Karen Gravano sides with Carla. She tweeted that Drita should have told Love to not hit Carla at all, rather than to not hit Carla in her presence.

Unlike Carla Facciolo, Drita D’Avanzo didn’t have much to say about her friendship with Carla on Twitter. Regarding the warehouse scene, Drita only tweeted that Renee Graziano actually admitted that she starts fights with everyone. Drita called out the “BS” editing.

“Not sure wtf is going on…but Renee admitted at that meeting she starts n fights with everyone!!!!!!! EDITING THIS S**T LIKE THIS IS BS.’

Love Majewski felt vindicated. She posted a message to her Instagram page thanking those who believed her from the start and saying that she was now accepting apologies from those who doubted that she was telling the truth.

Love also posted a tweet that made fun of Drita’s appearance and called her a fraud.

“Nice makeup @DritaDavanzo #bisquick cake ur f**kin face? U laugh at me? Ur a f**king straight a** FRAUD#oompaloompalookinb**ch.”

Will the truce between Drita D’Avanzo and Carla Facciola and the rest of the women last? Karen Gravano hinted that viewers will see more come to light. Karen also tweeted that she’s sure that the truth about Drita’s issues will come out at the final Mob Wives reunion.

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