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‘Jersey Shore’ Star Apologizes for Rape Song

Dec 1, 2011  •  Post A Comment

One of the stars of the hit MTV reality show "Jersey Shore" has apologized after coming under fire for uploading a song to his YouTube page that included lyrics about a rape fantasy, reports TheWrap.com.

Vinny Guadagnino apologized for the upload, which was condemned by the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN). The group called the lyrics "ignorant" and asked Guadagnino to reconsider his stand on the issue, the story says.

According to the article, the lyrics include this bit:

"Yeah I’m takin’ it … I’m a get you naked b*tch …

We can f*** and make it fit … boomin s*** and slatin’ it.

Actin’ like I’m raping it …

f*** her til she fakin’ it."

Guadagnino apologized on his blog, writing that the song "was meant to be a funny take on an already ‘dirty’ song — funny since I’m known as the ‘good boy.’" He added, "I am, and I am 100 percent against violence of any kind," the story says.

"Very sorry to anyone I’ve offended," he added.

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