Nobody Puts Snooki In The Corner!
As we've already established, when it comes to Jersey Shore, we're pretty f'ing passionate. And we are mostly definitely and forever on Team Snooki.
So when we saw the clip for next week's episode, in which the Snookster was just being the drunk mess that she is and gets hit in the face by a grown man, it broke our hearts. But then we find out that this deranged guy, "Brad Ferro," is a gym teacher and works with children and we got mad.
Now, get this—he's trying to justify what he did. Check out this email he recently sent to Nik Richie of the Dirty.com, who immediately posted and put him on blast:
Nik, first off I think thedirty.com is the sh*t! I know we are not boys or anything but all my friends are huge fans of your site my man. I need to call in a favor on this one, can you remove that little clip you have of me punching that b*tch in the mouth. I am a school teacher in NYC and I just made a bad choice on a really bad day. The frustrating part of all this is that not one person has even asked to hear my side. A man can only be pushed so far before he snaps. If you could do that I would really appreciate it. I saw you were in Jersey a few weeks back fisting pumping like a guido! You need to get your ass back to Jersey so we can fist pump together! I would love to sit down over a beer and tell you what this b*tch did to me that just drove me over the edge, you won’t believe it. Brad
That last line. Wow. Too bad theres no side of the story when it comes to hitting a woman. Especially one as special as Snooki.
Also, MTV has decided to cut the actual scene, which was originally scheduled for next week's episode, after the clip went viral on the internet. "What happened to Snooki was a crime and obviously extremely disturbing," MTV said in a written statement. "After hearing from our viewers, further consulting with experts on the issue of violence, and seeing how the video footage has been taken out of context not to show the severity of this act or resulting consequences, MTV has decided not to air Snooki being physically punched in the face."
Its a little late for that one, MTV.