Mob Wives' Drita D’Avanzo wants to "smack the f–k" out of Farrah Abraham, as feud gets worse
D’Avanzo clarified that before the event was scheduled to begin, she was unsure who Abraham was, but believed her to be “an unemployed porn star”
Farrah Abraham is better at making enemies than making friends, and the newest member to join the hypothetical Abraham hate club is 'Mob Wives' star Drita D’Avanzo. In response to the public diss that Abraham lashed out at her fellow reality star, D’Avanzo has come out and said that she would like to "smack the f–k" out of Abraham in a new interview.
Speaking to Page Six about the criticisms, D’Avanzo said, “I’m going to slap the s–t out of that Mr. Ed-looking f–ker.” The feud between Abraham and D’Avanzo commenced when the former 'Teen Mom' star posted a video from Scores in Atlantic City, where she was co-hosting the strip club’s grand opening with the former 'Mob Wives' star.
Abraham started her Instagram video by saying, “I had to make a video right now because…I normally don’t do joint appearances because, to be honest…I am done with other quote on quote reality people. I feel like there either hung up on drugs, drinking, f****d up, unprofessional just f*****g nasty pieces of s**t on earth.”
Although it is not clear what caused the reality star to take offense towards her co-host Abraham, who said in the video with reference to D’Avanzo, “You have someone show up and, like, talk to the owner [of a restaurant they both dined in before the appearance] about how you couldn’t send her freaking money… at my dinner table because she didn’t want to eat together, but then she can’t even do the photos for the club, she can’t meet anymore, she can’t talk to anyone, then she just disappears!”
Calling her co-host a somewhat lazy "has been" later in the video, Abraham said, "I don’t even know why they even shared my night with someone who is a has-been. I’m like give me a break, it’s either you’re nice, you’re amazing, you have a good work ethic, or stay the f**k out of my way!”
However, on Friday, D’Avanzo clarified that before the event was scheduled to begin, she was unsure who Abraham was, but believed her to be “an unemployed porn star.” She even went on to insist that she couldn't care less if Abraham was a hooker, but she did wonder aloud whether Abraham might have been disquieted because “nobody paid [Abraham] no mind,” while the Staten Island native got requested for pictures by fans galore at the event.
Regardless, D’Avanzo said, “She f–ked with the wrong person,” adding that since she cannot attack people “with my closed fist,” because of an arrest back in 2016 where it was alleged that she had beat up one of her neighbours (although she was cleared of the charges later). However, the reality star said “I’m going to smack the f–k out of her,” finally assessing, “What she needs a good old-fashioned smacking.”
This is not the first time that Abraham has seized the moment and proved herself above everyone else, in fact even claiming that she gets targeted because of her celebrity status. Recently, the 'Backdoor Teen Mom' star, who was arrested for an alleged altercation with the hotel staff at a Beverly Hills resort, claimed that the hotel incident was blown out of proportion and she was made to feel like she was targeted just because she's a celebrity.
“I chose this life and I handle being targeted as a public figure & public punching bag,” Abraham wrote in a public Instagram post after she was released from jail post her arrest.
“ALL is Fair In Farrah’s world I will never believe the lies that people need to sell to make a dollar off me,” she continued. “Happy it’s all recorded and documented as I should never feel unsafe and be targeted at a hotel I’m staying at … The Beverly Hills hotel truly allowed misconduct by staff to a paying guest.”
She rants about the horrible experience at the hotel saying, "There’s no need for me or anyone else to be treated this way."
The former adult entertainer also took a jibe at the Beverly Hills police officials, saying that they should be more concerned about saving the community from serious crimes like robberies and stealing, rather than look for cases to sell off to gossip publications.
Abraham wrote, "The Beverly Hills Police officers should stop having power trips and lying and selling stories to publications, while you let all of Beverly Hills be robbed, car break-ins, stealing go on... focus on really protecting the public and doing good for Beverly Hills instead of creating made up problems."