Reporting to you from a New York City front stoop.
Author: Erin Keller
Published: 2022-10-07 05:46 pm
‘Stoopin’ ‘: Even stars like Jersey Shore’s Vinny can’t afford a guest bed in NYC

Reporting to you from a New York City front stoop. 

“Loud About Nothing” podcast co-host Sebastian Conelli and TikToker Serena Shahidi teamed up for Post Videos’ web series “Stoopin’ ” for their take on trending news, gossip and outrageous New York stories.

First up, Vinny Guadagnino from “Jersey Shore” splashed out $3.43 million for a 1,250-square-foot two-bedroom, three-bathroom Manhattan apartment. 

“He has a roommate, too: It’s Pauly D,” Conelli joked in the latest “Stoopin’ ” installment.

“Even celebrities can’t have a guest bed anymore,” said Shahidi.

Vinny Guadagnino (inset) has spent a pretty penny for a downtown New York City home.
Main: Serhant Realty; Inset: Getty Images

The duo also take on NYC Mayor Eric Adams’ success in keeping the city’s speed-cam program going another three years, and the let cameras operate 24/7.

Conelli declared this would be enough for him to stop driving in the Big Apple.

“Have you ever been inside Disney World?” he compared. “You pay to enter and then you find out everything else is $1,400.”

The City Council gave the approval to the state Legislature to pass a three-year extension and expansion of New York City’s speed-camera program.
Dennis A. Clark

As for neighborhood gossip, “Stoopin’ ” dishes on the engagement of Jon Bon Jovi’s son, Jesse Bongiovi, and TV producer Jesse Light — who share the same first time. “I think that’s hot … Sebastian’s out there, hit me up,” Conelli joked.

But he also made it weird when he asked, “Do you think he puts on his dad’s music when they make out?”

Shahidi, also the spawn of a musician, stated that she has never played her dad’s music in front of a date.

Purina’s Fancy Feast cat food brand is opening an Italian restaurant in NYC.

Finally, now you can enjoy a “fancy feast” alongside your furry friend — Conelli and Shahidi discuss Purina’s launch into human cuisine.

Fancy Feast pet food is planning to open a pop-up Italian restaurant, Gatto Bianco, in New York City with upscale dishes inspired by its canned meals of fish, chicken and beef.

“Thank God my grandmother’s dead,” Conelli declared.

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