After the second season premiere of Mob Wives, we’re well on board for a new year of mafia business. Our VH1 standom continues to grow and this batch of mafia misses are feeding our cravings. Similar to last season, Renee Graziano, Karen Gravano, Drita D’avanzo, Carla Facciolo and the newest addition, Ramona Rizzo, are back for more sit-downs, death threats and showing off. The trailer let us in on a little of what’s to come, but here’s what we predict…
1. More Drita fights.
We know, we know. It’s wrong to condone fighting, and we really don’t. But Drita’s fighting is so intense! (Almost like watching a boxing match!) If these chicks ask for beef with Drita, it’ll happen. We do like this new leaf she’s attempting to turn over, but do not tell me that you’re not silently waiting for Drita to TKO an agitator. Get your furs ready, Vixens, because the rumbling is bound to happen. It’ll be must-see TV.
2. Karen and Drita make up, despite Ramona Rizzo.
Ramona is playing the Riz that stole friendship it seems. With the latest cast member in Karen’s ear, how will the old buddies ever make peace. Drita broke girlfriend code back in the day, but in the present, things are a bit too tense for grown women. Maybe a sit-down is needed to hash out the deets, but until Karen calms her “thug life” attitude down, we’ll keep our fingers crossed on wish #1.
3. Carla catches a clue.
Ever since Carla turned a blind eye to Renee’s allegations about her boyfriend, we turned a side-eye to Miss Facciolo. I mean, come on. Your best friend of several years tells you that your man touched her inappropriately and you diss her? No way! Then, you don’t send any well wishes during her recovery? Something’s not right there. Hopefully Carla gets back in step with being a good friend this season because we’re not having it!
4. Renee does less crying.
Man. Renee is a drama queen, but we’d love if she eased up on the tears this season. Although this is quite the therapeutic journey for the mob princess, we want to see less breakdowns and more smiles. Kick Junior to the curb, step away from the mafia and take control of your life.