Boss Blogger: Stardom Change 'Big Ang'


Primetime Sitdown with the Boss Blogger: THE BIGGER & BETTER BIG ANG INTERVIEW:

Well I have had the Honor and pleasure to speak with Janine Detore, The beautiful and very supportive sister of Angela “Big Ang” Raiola. 

Janine was very kind and helped me a great deal getting to interview Big Ang which truly was an Honor.

As many of you know Big Ang popped on the scene on Season 2 of Mob Wives, New York as the owner of the Drunken Monkey Bar on Staten Island and longtime friend of Drita Davanzo, Renee and Jennifer Graziano, Karen Gravano, and Carla Facciolo.
Big Ang is the niece of Salvatore “Sally Dogs” Lombardi who was a capo in the Genovese family.
Big Ang was loved by viewers from the first episode she appeared on with her big smile, big heart, big laugh, and big boobies! 

She lives up to her nickname “Big Ang” in every way!


As we have all seen there is nothing Angela Raiola does that is not BIG and has recently made it big with her own reality show, “Big Ang” where fans and viewers got to know Big Ang’s family, friends, and followed her in her everyday life.
I have yet to hear anyone say anything but how much they love her!
Big Ang has used her success in a positive buying her very own home, spa/salon, and writing her own book which she is on tour right now promoting.
Even with all this success and such a busy schedule Big Ang found the time to answer the questions so many fans were curious and eager to know.
I hope you enjoy reading her interview below as much as I enjoyed her responses.
Big Ang’s responses are in Pink since some of you said with my last interview the blue and green made you feel like you were on an acid trip (lol). I hope these colors are easier on the eyes!

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