Stars are paid by designers all the time to endorse and wear certain clothes. But this may be the first time we’ve heard of someone being paid not to a brand’s apparel. Seems retailer Abercrombie & Fitch is no fan of ‘Jersey Shore,’ and even less a fan of Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino — so much so that they’ve offered him cold hard cash to stop wearing their clothes on camera.
Not since Ted Danson showed up in blackface for a roast of his then-girlfriend Whoopi Goldberg has a celebrity's performance at the Friars Club been as poorly received as Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino's skewering of Donald Trump Tuesday night.
Despite Trump being about the biggest, softest target out there, the "Jersey Shore" star's jokes only mustered polite chuckles, awkwar