Jacqueline Laurita decided to come back to The Real Housewives of New Jersey recently as she wanted to get back on the show, wanted to make some money to help her husband get out of his financial troubles, and she wanted to make up with Teresa Giudice after years of feuding and not speaking. But Jacqueline may not have realized that making peace with Teresa comes with a price. She would have to deal with Melissa Gorga, which wouldn’t be easy.
According to a new tweet, Jacqueline Laurita is now revealing that she doesn’t think Melissa necessarily likes her very much. As it turns out, Laurita feels that Melissa is saying and doing things that are not necessarily favorable to them having a friendship. During the episode last night, Gorga hinted that Laurita may not have the best intentions with Teresa, and she hinted that Jacqueline simply doesn’t trust her anymore. And this caused quite the discussion on social media.
— Pyay Road (@PyayRoad) September 26, 2016
“What did I miss? It doesn’t make sense why Jacqueline would feel she can’t trust Melissa Gorga anymore #RHONJ,” one fan wrote to Jacqueline Laurita during last night’s episode of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, where another person chimed in with, “You missed the fact that Melissa and Teresa are good again. That’s why Jac is spinning big time!”
While many people felt that Jacqueline was just jealous of Teresa Giudice’s newfound relationship with her sister-in-law, Melissa Gorga, it sounds like Laurita doesn’t think that Melissa is a trustworthy person. At times, Jacqueline has tweeted several things about her co-star, and her fans couldn’t agree more about Gorga – something just doesn’t seem right.
— All About The Tea (@AllAboutTheTea_) September 20, 2016
“It doesn’t make sense because it isn’t true. I never felt like that, until now. She made that up for some reason,” Jacqueline Laurita replied to defend herself, sharing that she felt the comment from Melissa made her seem untrustworthy.
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Of course, many of the viewers who commented on Laurita’s tweets are people who fully support her and care for her. And they immediately felt that Gorga was planting seeds, starting drama, and potentially ruining any chances of Jacqueline and Teresa becoming good friends again.
— Bravotv (@Bravotv) September 26, 2016
“Why are you planting a seed Melissa. Why go there? Here I thought you were the peaceful one. Nope,” one person wrote in defense of Jacqueline, while others wrote things, such as, “Focus on Nick, your daughter’s wedding, positive people, and those who promote Kernel’s mission!!” and “Jac, ignore these people. Don’t worry about defending anyone. You cannot protect the indefensible.”
Another issue that surfaced during the episode was the label of victim. Jacqueline explained on Twitter that she herself had never used the word and she would never use it to describe herself.
“I definitely never claimed I was the victim! Thank you for noticing,” Jacqueline Laurita replied to a fan, who pointed out that Laurita herself had never called herself the victim in this situation.
— Bravotv (@Bravotv) September 12, 2016
“The way I see it, all she was doing was standing up for Rosie and Kathy who weren’t there…Chris L cleared it up,” one person wrote to Jacqueline on Twitter, cheering her on for defending people who were not present, while another added, “I love how you stand up for yourself, don’t ever let anyone push you around. You didn’t deserve any of that crap.”
None of the housewives from New Jersey have written their blogs yet, but it will be interesting to see how they each view this episode since it seemed to bring up some interesting discussions.
What do you think of Jacqueline Laurita blaming Melissa Gorga for the drama? Do you think she has a point here?
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