Snooki's Ex Speaks About Her Rumored Pregnancy
The Jersey Shore's Snooki is rumored to be pregnant and her ex-boyfriend is speaking to INSIDE EDITION and expresses his feelings on the reality star's situation.
Snooki's ex-boyfriend, Emilio Masella was on the INSIDE EDITION hot seat.
INSIDE EDITION's Megan Alexander asked Masella, "You were quoted as saying you hope Snooki has a miscarriage. Is that true?"
Masella responded, "No, I never said that. They might have interpreted it that way by me saying 'I hope she does not have a child.' "
Masella may not want Snooki to have a miscarriage, but he doesn't think she's ready to be a mom.
Masella went on to say, "I just don't think she's ready to have a child, with filming and having to party. She won't be able to drink."
Masella dated Snooki for six months back in 2010, before she dumped him admist claims he was trying to cash in on her fame.
Perhaps still bitter about the break up, he had this advice for Snooki's current boyfriend, Jionni.
Masella responded, "If I were Jionni, I would ask for a paternity test. If you watch the show she's cheated on Jionni numerous times."
Snooki has yet to confirm that she is pregnant. But People magazine confirmed the news and reported that Snooki and Jionni are now engaged.
Masella says he thinks Snooki will "pull a Kim Kardashian" on her new spinoff show. He says Snooki will have the baby and break up with Jionni.
"I personally don't think they are in love. I personally think she is mostly doing it for TV," said Masella.
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