‘Jersey Shore’s’ Vinny apologizes for, pulls rape rap song

HollywoodNews.com: ‘Jersey Shore’ star Vinny Guadagnino recently posted a questionable rap song on his YouTube page, but now he is taking that all back.

Vinny is now apologizing for a rap song that included a line about pretend-raping strippers, states TMZ. “I’d like to apologize for the rap. Was meant to be a funny take on an already ‘dirty’ song – funny since I’m known as the ‘good boy,'” Vinny commented.

And while he pulled the song from his page, he continued with his apology: “I am 100 percent against violence of any kind. I work with many organizations to stop violence and bullying, and will continue to. It’s something I strongly believe in. Very sorry to anyone I’ve offended.”

What do you think about the rap and apology?

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