Earlier this morning we covered a story involving Ronnie and his baby's mother, Jen Harley. If you don't know what happened, make sure to read that first. This all started on Sunday when Ronnie and his GF got into a vicious fight on Instagram. They both exchanged savage posts calling each other out and it got really nasty.
Ronnie and Jen just had a baby together earlier this month, Ariana. Ronnie is also on the reunion season of Jersey Shore, where he openly discusses becoming a dad and his nerves about being in a committed relationship with his baby's mother.
Ronnie appeared to stream a video of himself and his girlfriend, Jen on Instagram live. The video shows Ron in his home with a woman, who we are assuming is Jen.
The video starts with Ronnie saying, "How ****ing dare you." You can hear a woman in the background repeating, "Ron". A woman appears at the bottom of a staircase and then Ronnie says, "Now I'm going to delete that photo."
He grabs his phone as he descends down the staircase and the video becomes shaky. It looks as though Ronnie and the woman get into a physical altercation. You can hear the woman say "Don't touch me, Ron!"
Ronnie also says, "Get off of me" and then something about lying. The audio is hard to understand during the confrontation.
After Ronnie gets ahold of his phone and pans back to himself, it's obvious that they have been in a physical confrontation of some kind. His face is red and he looks visibly upset. To watch the video, click here.
It looks like Toronto isn't ready to restore its pre-pandemic summer plans. On Friday, the City of Toronto announced that they're extending the cancellation of all city-run, in-person events up until the end of Labour Day weekend on September 6.
This includes events like the Caribbean Carnival and the CNE, which announced in February that it hoped to reopen for Torontonians this summer.
Mayor John Tory tweeted that he's working with the CNE to help them come up with a "bigger and better in-person event in 2022."
The City said that the aim of this announcement is to make it easier for organizers to predict what will happen with their events this summer. Their statement includes a list of all 24 major events that are cancelled, many of which will take place virtually for the second year in a row.
Welcome back to the digital dive bar! This week's episode of Now On Narcity is officially live. Join your hosts Lea, Cormac, Tyeler, and Brit for a deep dive into some of the week's biggest headlines.
In This Episode
You guessed it, this week's episode starts with a Shot & Chaser headline round-up to kick it off with some unbelievable recent stories.
New Brunswick health authorities are investigating 48 cases of a mysterious brain disease that is completely stumping doctors. We break down the puzzling symptoms and explore what we know and the big questions we have.
Next, we introduce you to the "Voice of TikTok," a Canadian woman who apparently had no clue that she was the voice behind billions of videos across the app. If you've heard the text-to-speech voice on your For You page, you've heard Bev Standing's voice. We explore her allegations that TikTok is using her voice "without permission," the resulting court case, and the background behind the story.
Of course, we finish off with the Last Call look at what we've got our eyes on in the upcoming news.