Jersey Shore's Vinny Guadagnino says Covid-19 talk 'makes no sense', Internet says 'you sound like that orange guy'

Vinny is from Staten Island, New York. The state has seen a spike in the number of coronavirus cases intensify each passing day. 6,060 new cases were reported on November 29


                            Jersey Shore's Vinny Guadagnino says Covid-19 talk 'makes no sense', Internet says 'you sound like that orange guy'
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'Jersey Shore' castmate Vinny Guadagnino has recently been in the news for his romance with 'Love & Hip Hop' star Nikki Mudarris. However, a post that the 33-year-old shared on his social media late on November 29 night has left his fandom seething with anger. He posted a GIF of himself from an episode saying the words "That makes no sense to me" and captioned it as "every time I have a conversation about COVID".

Vinny is from Staten Island, New York. The state has seen a spike in the number of coronavirus cases intensify each passing day. 6,060 new cases were reported on November 29 and at least 45 people lost the battle to it, according to statistics. While Vinny's stand on the virus and the restrictions that come along with it isn't highlighted in the post, a section of his fans and supporters have refused to give him a benefit of doubt and they all went off at him.  

"Ever since I heard where you stand on a lot of things I’m like wow SUSSS," wrote a fan. "After 10 years... we have found a character flaw in Vinny..." commented another. "For someone privileged with a large platform and the ability to spread information that can help people and inform them of safety measures to be taken to stop the spread of a disease that has killed over 1.46 million humans, it’s disappointing that you instead choose to promote this," wrote another. "I cant defend you w this one," said a fan. "I knew you was slow from watching that show😒 But now you sound like that orange guy...stupid as all outdoors," commented another. "Come on! Insensitive to the 200,000 + Americans who have lost a family member to covid" another irate fan commented. Vinny is yet to clear his stance and thoughts behind this post. 

One of the most endearing reality TV stars that MTV has introduced to the world, Vinny enjoys the support of some odd 3.7 million accounts on his Instagram. He rung in his 33rd birthday on November 11 with aplomb, at his new home in Hollywood Hills for which he shelled out $3,510,000. The party was at his home and reportedly conducted with all social distancing norms in place, according to Daily Mail. 

The 2,685 square-foot home consisting of three bedrooms and two and a half bath was an early birthday present that he got himself.  "I’ve never gotten myself a birthday gift...So for my Jesus year, I’m blessed and thankful to have closed on another home. I’m officially bicoastal Vinny...To new beginnings, following dreams, and chasing goals...Your second life begins when you realize you only have one... happy bday me" he shared in the caption alongside a photo of himself sitting by the kitchen island. The photo also showed off the beautiful patio in the back, in full display courtesy of the indoor-outdoor floor plan of his new home.  

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