On Jan. 14 "Mob Wives" Ramona Rizzo sat down at the computer to give her two cents on the bad boys in their lives on the VH1 blog. As she so truthfully points out, many of us forget why an ex husband or boyfriend is exactly that, especially when they start acting charming and sweet. The emotional roller coaster that men put these ladies through is often because they have another agenda, or because of the kids.
Ramona says that none of these ladies really get along, but they all do have one big thing in common, the bad boys that chose the path they went down. Regardless of who dislikes who they all made a choice and that choice put them where they are. Ramona, a single mother of four, says that she believes in love, dating, and marriage, but forgiving and putting things in the past is hard for a person like her that lives a high stakes lifestyle where watching your back is necessary at all times.
While Ramona says that she doesn't care for her childhood friend, Drita D'Avanzo's, husband Lee, she says that she was very excited for her daughter Aleeya when she found out that she was going to visit her father in the prison for the first time in over two years. The ladies have all agreed that regardless of what the men have done, their children should be allowed to visit because a bond between father and child is important.
During the second episode of the third season of "Mob Wives," Joe moves his girlfriend into his home and Carla is not happy about her hanging around her children. It is likely that many of Ms. Rizzo's comments about bad boys are directed at Carla considering that everyone is not on "Team Carla" in this episode. Even her children aren't pleased with her when she comments that she is their mother and needs to know everything.
Do any of Ramona Rizzo's words ring true?