New Jersey Lawmaker Calls For Anti-Snooki Legislation
That’s pretty much the attitude taken by a New Jersey State Senator who is not pleased about a fee given to the Jersey Shore star (a.k.a. Nicole Polizzi) to speak at Rutgers. So not pleased, he’s trying to pass a law to prevent an encore.
State Sen. Joe Kyrillos doesn’t think Snooki is worth the $ 32,000 speaking fee she earned to dish on GTL at the state-funded school. His remedy?
He wants students attending public colleges to have the right to opt in or opt out of funding entertainment such as this by instituting mandatory activity fees.
Last week, effing Snooki was paid $ 2,000 more than the $ 30,000 Rutgers will play Nobel-winning writer Toni Morrison to deliver the commencement address.
The Republican lawmaker says he’s certain there were many Rutgers students who were uninterested at best or “flat out outraged” at worst by Snooki’s fee.
We’re guessing he won’t be watching Snooki’s Jersey Shore spinoff.