Don’t fall in love with Jersey Shore, especially a club whose liquor license has been revoked.
Karma, the club from Seaside Heights, New Jersey, which served as a bonus character in the early seasons of Jersey Shorewas demolished on Wednesday December 27 and its most famous patrons had their say.
“We have a situation” Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino tweeted in response to videos of the beloved hangout being demolished.
Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi shared a TikTok video of her reacting to the news that Karma would be no more. “Snooki, what do you think about Karma being taken down?” » read the text superimposed on the clip. In the video, Snooki, 36, lip-synched to audio of someone saying, “I’m fine,” before breaking down in fake tears as mournful piano music played.
My hoop earrings are still in the bathroom. I met BERNARD there! How do you think I feel?!
♬ How are you, I’m fine – thatjasmina555
The MTV personality also clapped back at a social media user who tweeted that he wished Jersey Shore The cast was inside when the club was destroyed. “Aw, you’re wishing us dead Bucky, that’s cool!” Snooki joked via X (formerly Twitter) on Wednesday.
As Jersey Shore fans know, Karma was THE place to see and be seen in Seaside Heights circa 2010 after the show premiered the year before. Snooki, The Situation and their bandmates frequently beat the beat into the wee hours in the two-story venue before heading home to their coastal home. Jenni “JWoww” Farley peed behind the bar during a wild night, while Deena Cortese was kicked out for showing off her fellow customers.
The original series of Jersey Shore ended in 2012, but the series was rebooted as Jersey Shore: Family Vacation in 2018. The sixth season of Family holidays finished earlier this month.
Karma, on the other hand, encountered some difficulties after the housemates left home and started their own families. The club was closed in 2018 after its liquor license was revoked following reports of underage drinking.
“There will be people with good memories of the early days, but later it became very hectic,” the Seaside Heights mayor said. Tony Vaz told News12 New Jersey on Wednesday.
Greg Lertch, one of the members of the team that demolished the club, admitted that he himself was a patron of Karma. “Thinking back to 10 years ago, I came here and did a few shots, drank Red Bull and vodkas,” he told News12. “It’s fun to show up and tear it down.” End this era. »
The former Karma site is expected to be redeveloped to house a mixed-use condominium building. It remains to be seen whether the devices will be equipped with duck phones.
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