Mob Wives Season 6 Spoilers: Nat G’s Return Is Highly Impossible Due to Drug Issues

By Kathleen Villaruben | 3 years ago
Mob Wives Season 6 Spoilers: Nat G’s Return Is Highly Impossible Due to Drug Issues

Fans are already bombarding the social media accounts of VH1’s hit reality show “Mob Wives” about updates for Season 6. However, based on news reports and personal statements, Natalie “Nat G.” Guercio would most likely skip the sixth installment. Read on to know why.

The latest news about Nat G. said it all. According to Master Herald’s summary of Guercio’s recent controversies, Nat G. wrote on her “fake blog,” as how her co-star Karen Gravano described it, that she longed to take a break from all the issues.

However, Gravano already claimed in Guercio’s behalf that the latter was fired. She recently tweeted about Nat G. creating stories to conceal that she is not part of the series anymore.

The worst part is Guercio’s recent drug addiction. Renee Graziano revealed that Nat G. was hospitalized because of meth overdose and promised to support her during recovery. She hoped that Guercio’s conflict with Natalie “Nat D.” Didonato would finally end to avoid tragic results.

Months before rumors about Guercio’s leave surfaced, the reality star already considered quitting the show. She told VladTV that viewers wanted her to quit the show for “bigger, better things.” Another possible factor for her to leave the show was the newbie, Nat D. She claimed that Philadelphia dislikes her. She said she does not want to be associated with her.

However, there were two factors that could stop Nat G. Number one, she said she never quits. Next, she was open to discuss money matters with producers.

There is no official announcement yet regarding the exact date of Season 6 premiere.

There you have it for the spoilers on “Mob Wives” Season 6. For more updates about the show, including spoilers and recaps, follow Movie News Guide (MNG) and like our Facebook page What Movie is this.

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