Nicole Polizzi, aka Snooki, of Jersey Shore fame, is pregnant with her second kid. The announcement was leaked prior to Snooks and her husband Gianni being able to share the news with family, and boy howdy is she mad about it! She took to the web to express her excitement about her new child, address the haters, and let out a bit of hormonal rage as well. The whole thing was about a book long, but the highlights can be read right here.
Snooki started off the blog post saying she is delighted to “confirm” that she is in fact expecting a second child, and now that the test results have shown a healthy baby, she can finally talk about it. It would appear that someone within her close circle of friends leaked the news before the couple was ready, but no specific people were outed in that issue. Who she did address specifically were the media who outed the star of Snooki And JWoww before she was ready. She also had some choice words for the writer of a headline that said Snooki Expecting Second Child, God Help Us.
With all the trouble in this world you’re asking God to help us because I’m expanding my family and happen to be an amazing mother to my children? Keep the 2012 jokes to yourself.
Snooki also stated that she is aware that media attention is inevitable, and that 98% of their lives were going to be broadcast to the world, but said the spin on the story was getting a little out of control.
What really bothers me is how people think I got pregnant to be “selfish” and take the “shine” away from JWoww. Are you out of your minds? If you knew Jenni & I personally, you would know we always wanted to be pregnant together. I love Jenni like my big sister, she is everything to me, not fame. I would never try to “outshine” her and like real women, we support each other and always want the best for each other, not beat each other down to see who can be more “famous”.
For the record, I had no idea JWoww was pregnant (not that I keep up); so, I could see where the spin that Snook's pregnancy could outshine hers would happen. On the same note, and I’m really putting myself out here for criticism, I feel sorry for Snooki . If my early 20’s were broadcast on reality television, people would likely call me an idiot, and it would suck to be branded with that label for your entire life. I can also empathize with the crappy feeling I would have if a special moment in my life was robbed of me and posted in the headlines with inflammatory comments about my life that my future child might read one day. Snooki probably knows better than most that being a reality television star comes with some challenges and she handles them well. For that, I can respect her.