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‘RHONJ’ star Teresa Giudice’s daughter Gia uses anti-gay slur

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“The Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Teresa Giudice has been defending her family for years, especially since her husband tended to get in some trouble with Andy Cohen and the gay community. Over the years, he has been dropping some anti-gay slurs, even though he has claimed he loves gay people. But the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. According to a new Radar Online report from Feb. 4, “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Teresa Giudice’s daughter is now using foul and offensive language in her Twitter account.

Gia wasn’t in charge of her own Twitter account for a while, but it sounds like she may have gained access to it over the past couple of months. “I miss texting you everyday,” one person named Nick wrote to Gia. But she replied, “who’s this chick u little f*gg*t,” which is rather shocking. She is only 13, but her father has been accused of using this anti-gay slur in his everyday speech.

Joe Giudice admitted to using the homophobic term rather frequently. “Growing up, we always used the word… we call each other, f*gg*t, homo or whatever, doesn’t mean anything. We were friends. We call each other names all the time, it doesn’t mean we’re gay,” Joe told Cohen. “We just would use that word for whatever reason, that just was in our vocabulary… It was just a word that everybody used. Now, I don’t use the word anymore because it’s not appropriate and people don’t want to hear that, so I don’t use it.”

What do you think of Gia’s comments?

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