“The Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Teresa Giudice’s husband may have used a couple of gay slurs while filming the show, but Teresa probably wasn’t counting on her daughter using them on Twitter. After using a slur last week, Gia is now speaking out about her actions. According to a new Radar Online report published on Feb. 11, “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Teresa Giudice’s daughter is now revealing that she is upset and regretful about using a gay slur on Twitter.
Earlier this month, Gia used the word “f*gg*t” on Twitter in a reply to one of her friends. Even though she didn’t say it in a mean way, the tweet did cause some concerns. She later deleted the tweet after seeing the massive response. “People took it as a gay slur. I would never think that way. It was a mistake to joke, but that’s not what I meant. So that’s hard, and I feel awful,” Gia told Star Magazine. “I have to take responsibilities for my actions because I am always in the public eye.”
This isn’t the first time the family has been in the spotlight for using anti-gay words. “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 Giudice told Andy 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.”
Do you think Teresa’s daughter is truly sorry?