What’s supposed to be a quiet dinner party at Mob Wives star Renee Graziano’s house with Carla Facciolo, Drita D’Avanzo, and Karen Gravano quickly takes a turn for the worst when Renee starts bad mouthing Carla’s boyfriend — or so that’s what Carla thinks she’s doing. Renee gets up in Carla’s face after Carla calls her a “b***h.” Carla then lunges for Karen’s throat!
Uh oh! Are the guns about to be drawn on the May 8 episode of Mob Wives? Renee Graziano is still fired up over Drita D’avanzo having the nerve to attack her at Carla Facciolo‘s birthday party — and Renee’s ready to wage war!
Yummy yum yum! What a truly fabulous experience Avra offers! I dined with the cast of VH1’s hit show Mob Wives — Renee Graziano, Carla Facciolo and Karen Gravano — at this Greek restaurant located in New York City’s trendy Midtown East area on May 1 — and we all couldn’t help but rave over the delicious food. But I have to say from the wide selection of seafood the menu has to offer, the tastiest dish of the evening was their Charcoal Grilled Octopus appetizer!
The cast of VH1’s Mob Wives took a break from filming and spent the evening of April 30 in NYC. First, the group — including Renee Graziano, Karen Gravano, Carla Facciolo and Jennifer Graziano — grabbed a bite to eat at Avra, a tasty and scenic Greek restaurant in NYC’s trendy Midtown East area. Next, the girls headed to 1OAK — in the Meat Packing District — to party the night away!
Mob Wives star Carla Facciolo has admittedly distanced herself from her husband Joey Ferragamo, who’s currently incacerated for a boiler-room scam. And because Joey is behind bars, Carla has told her 8-year-old twins Joseph and Carmen that their daddy is away at work. But unlike Carla, her co-stars Renee Graziano and Drita D’avanzo think it’s important for their kids to have relationships with their dads — even when they’re locked up!
VH1’s new hit reality series Mob Wives — which focuses on the lives of Cosa Nostra-related women Renee Graziano, Karen Gravano, Drita D’avanzo and Carla Facciolo — is riling up the Italian-American community of Staten Island. “I’ve seen it — It’s disgraceful,” Staten Island’s borough president, James Molinaro, tells HollywoodLife.com exclusively. “It paints Staten Island and Italian-Americans in a bad light.”