The Ronnie Ortiz-Magro updates are coming in fast and furious today, as his now-ex-girlfriend just returned to Instagram for the first time since their blowout fight and a few of his reality show friends have chimed in on all the drama.
ICYMI, the "Jersey Shore" star and his baby mama got into it on Instagram earlier this week in a series of brutal back and forth messages. "Note to self, can't turn a natural born HOE into a HOUSEWIFE, if you find them in the gutter then leave them in the gutter," he wrote in one especially pointed post. She responded by writing, "Can't turn a coke head into a father" and it only escalated from there.
After briefly setting her page to private, she returned late Tuesday night. First, she took to her Stories to share a message reading, "My heart hurts" with a frowning emoji. She followed that with two shots of the couple's baby girl.
She then shared another image of their daughter, Ariana Sky, with the message, "Baby girl is 1 month old today! Having a daughter is such an amazing feeling, changes your whole out look on life and how you want to be as a person, I love this girl more than anything and just want to be the best mom I can be to her 💞🦋🤱 #mylovemylifemyeverything #mamasgirl #angelbaby #1monthold #arianasky"
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"I want to apologize to my family, friends and fans. This is a private matter that should have never been made public," Ronnie previously said after the incident. "I remain focused on my daughter and she is my number one priority." He followed it up with another message that read, "When you delete the unnecessary people from your life, good things will start happening for you and it won't be a coincidence."
Though he's trying to keep it a private matter, that didn't stop Meghan McCain from asking the rest of his "Jersey Shore" co-stars about the drama Wednesday on "The View." Ronnie was the only cast member who didn't appear on the show.
"Out of respect for him and his family, he's not here, so we don't want to speak on his behalf," Pauly D said for the group. "We are one big family so we love and support each other in everything that we do."
"There are a lot of tumultuous reality relationships, so you never know. I mean, they have a kid together, so hopefully they could work it out. I know that's what he wanted," she told E!. "But not everyone can work, not everyone is compatible. I mean they weren't together very long before she got pregnant, so you never know. But hopefully even if the relationship doesn't work out, I hope they can come together for their daughter and just be good co-parents."
Of their Las Vegas gathering, she added, "I said, look if [Ronnie] needs a distraction, you guys are welcome to come over and watch the finale with me. He can watch me look like an ass. I'm reality television instead of himself. Everyone came over and we have so much fun. We played Cards Against Humanity... We had a few good laughs."