Jersey Shore's Ronnie Ortiz-Magro slams Mike 'The Situation' for revealing on air that he considered going to rehab
Jersey Shore just aired the season finale and thanks to Mike the Situation we now know that Ronnie considered going to rehab. The two men had a verbal duel but then hugged it out.
On Thursday (June 28) Jersey Shore aired their finale and like always, the cast knows just how to keep their fans hooked to the show. The latest episode hinted that Ronnie Ortiz-Magro considered going to rehab and it was all thanks to his roommate, Mike 'The Situation' Sorrentino. It all started when Jenni “JWoww” Farley blasted Mike when he claimed that Ronnie needed to go to rehab, as reported by People.
“When I like to drink, I like to f—ing party,” Ronnie said in the episode. “I didn’t make it my life. You made it your life. You let it affect your whole life, you let it destroy your life. So don’t sit here and f—ing say I need rehab. Look at you! You f—ing got a tax evasion, you almost lost everything you f—ing earned.” Watching how Ronnie reacted to this, Mike could not control himself and spilled more than he was expected to in front of the camera.
“Did you not call me two weeks before we came here and say you needed rehab?” he said, claiming that Ronnie had called him to inform he would be heading to rehab once the shooting for the show is done. “No, I said I needed help,” said Ronnie. “My rehab is different from your rehab.” To this, Mike argued, “Rehab is rehab." This was the last straw for Ronnie as he tried to swallow his anger.
“You put people’s dirt out there — you have to bring it in the house,” he said. “I don’t have a problem. I help myself. You never helped yourself. Lauren helps you now. I take care of f—ing Jen, I take care of my kid, and her f—ing kid. F—ing facts, end of the f—ing story, bottom line. So don’t ever f—ing say I need help.” One of the main concerns for Ronnie was that Mike revealed something very personal to the world.
“I feel like Mike’s done nothing but stab me in the back,” he said. “It sucks and it gets me f—ing angry because I went to him asking for his advice and asking for his wisdom, and he tries to throw it back in my face.” It is then that Mike realized what he had done and apologized for revealing something that was personal. “You went low, and I went lower and I’m sorry for that,” said Ronnie. “That’s something I need to work on and it’s with you, with my friends, with the woman that I’m with. When someone goes low, I need to stop going lower because it doesn’t resolve nothing.”
“Me and Mike are always going to have a little bit of animosity,” Ronnie added. “It is what it is, it’s always been that way. But at the same time, I do love him and he’s always been like a brother to me.
"One day we love each other, next day we hate each other,” said Mike. “But deep down, through all the bulls—, I really do care and love Ronnie and want to see the best for him.” He also apologized to Ronnie for going 'low' and two ended up hugging it out.