How did Gus Smyrnios get a scar on his face? 'Floribama Shore' star claims his explanation was edited out
Gus Smyrnios has a tight storyline this season. He's going to keep his fans entertained and not just by flaunting his buff body and George Michael-Esque looks but also addressing a few intense issues that happened before filming began. For instance, the scar on his face.
Several viewers noticed he filmed his green-room interviews with a deep scar on the left side of his face. Ever since the premiere episode aired, many have wanted to know what caused it. The reality TV star took to Instagram to address it and claimed that it was probably edited out because he remembered giving an explanation behind the scar.
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"I've addressed it a couple times on here I just can't answer every question about it. Also talked about it on the show but guess it got edited out. Got jumped in my hometown," Gus wrote in one of his Instagram stories and added: "A month prior to filming by 4 guys at a bar, scarred my face, hand, and back up. No, I didn't start it they called me a F****t and then told me I wasn't welcome with hair and earring like mine. So if course, we fought not gonna take that sh*t even if there was 4 of them lol."
Gus isn't the one to take a blow when he isn't at fault, which explains the tense chemistry he has going on with Jeremiah Buoni. They have fought, argued, and bickered like kids since the past two seasons but from the looks of it, both are ready to put all that behind them. In one of the preview clips, dropped by MTV on Facebook, we see the two are in a hot tub downing beers as they chat at length about their current beef. By the end of it, it seemed they were back to being "bros" again and have managed to restore their friendship. But will this last? Only time will tell.
Catch all the new episodes of 'Floribama Shore' on MTV every Thursday at 9/8c. For more information, check your local listings.